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Beautiful straw yellow in colour. Features discreet fruit and citrus aromas. The oakyness brings complexity to a mineral finish. There is a clear-cut and a nice acidity when first tasting the wine. Fine and elegant with a nice length.
Fresh with notes of peach skin and nectarine with dab of lemongrass.
A large-scale version, with seamlessly layered notes of almond cream, apricot, ginger, mango, piecrust, papaya and toasted hazelnut. The long, spice-infused finish shows ample depth, echoing with an enticing tarte Tatin note.
This small hill-side estate is the coolest vineyard in our portfolio. Brilliant pale straw in color, this wine has savory, herbaceous aromas that lead to a taut palate of nectarine and warm biscotti balanced with hints of toasted oak. A long drawn-out finish highlights the tension between bright acidity, minerality
Beautiful golden robe. Fine nose, expressive opening on notes of acacia, apricot kernels, the mouth is ample and fat supported by notes of dried fruit and toasted bread.
Edward James Estate, named for Paul’s great-grandfather, is planted to chardonnay from the heritage selections Bato and Wente. Deep golden straw in color, this wine has pristine aromas of crisp apple, lemon peel, rain water and apricot tart. The opulent palates is framed by layers of caramel, fig tart, and
The 2017 Chardonnay Ross Station Estate comes from old Wente grown in Goldridge. “This is the first fruit we harvested in 2017,” Paul Hobbs says. “We harvested this right as that heat was gearing up before Labor Day.” It has a lovely, restrained perfume of nutmeg-laced cream, white blossoms, button