Parker Wine

2013 Parker Presqu'ile Vineyard Chardonnay

Chardonnay •Presqu'ile

California: Santa Barbara County: Santa Maria Valley

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Mission Briefing


Opulent Beauty

When we first discovered Parker Wines we became instant fans. For good reason, too. John Parker knows just how to make appealing and accessible wines.

We’re sorry to tell you this, but we are nearly sold out of today’s Parker Wine 2013 Parker Presqu’ile Vineyard Chardonnay. This single vineyard Chardonnay is classy, elegant, silky and so very delicious.

From the heavy glass bottle to the wax sealed cork, the package of this wine screams class. The real class is inside the bottle - where you’ll find the best Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay that our Agent Red has ever tasted. The rest of the tasting panel agrees.

If you are a fan of the higher-end offerings from Kistler, Rombauer or Talbott, you’ll instantly adore this wine. Especially when you consider that this wine costs about half the price of those others.

Tasting Profile


Pale straw yellow. Weighty and dense in the glass, the wine settles quickly when swirled.


Pineapple, white peach, white flowers, walnuts and lemon leaf aromas are infused with lightly toasty vanilla oak.


Soft, creamy and elegant, with flavors of kaffir lime, lemon zest, pineapple, nectarine and yellow peach.


This wine has a forever finish, with fruit flavors that gradually subside, giving way to a hint of white pepper and slate.


Enjoy this wine all on its own, or with a variety of hard cheeses and fancy crackers. For an exotic thrill, enjoy with Indian or Thai food.

What the Winery Says

Ryan Zotovich
Santa Maria Valley
Wine Type
White Wine
20% new French, 80% neutral French
100% Chardonnay
Alcohol by Volume
13.7 %
Case Production
Release Date
November, 2014
Presqu’ile Vineyard
Closure Type
Cork finished, hand dipped wax

About the Winery

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