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2000 Schramsberg - J Schram Chardonnay - USA - California - North Coast - White

USA - California - North Coast

White Chardonnay
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VF: 2002-2010

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Tasted On 10/03/2008

Tasting Notes 'Intense aromas of ripe pineapple, mandarin orange and strawberry mix with subtle notes of vanilla crème brulée and baked stone fruit cobbler. The palate delivers up front cranberry and ruby grapefruit flavors, exhibits viscous middle layers of guava and lemon meringue, and finishes with quenching, lingering acidity. This sparkler is truly one of a kind and should be quite tasty for many years to come.� ' Winemakers Hugh Davies and Keith Hock Vintage Notes The 2000 season was characterized by an even, moderate climate, with the exception of a June heat spike and some light, late August humidity. The mild, consistent conditions of the spring and summer, set the stage for a relatively early harvest of bright, clean fruit.

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