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2014 Eos Chardonnay, Central Coast

2014 Eos Chardonnay, Central Coast

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$14.00
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SKU: 010167

Bursts with red apple and melon aromas. On the palate, pleasant notes of lemon custard and pineapple are accented by light toasty nuances for added depth and character.

Winemaker Notes
The fruit for our 2014 Chardonnay was selected from premier vineyard sites throughout the Central Coast. The wine bursts with red apple and melon aromas. On the palate, pleasant notes of lemon custard and pineapple are accented by light toasty nuances for added depth and character.
Food Pairing Notes
This wine would pair well with a creamy brie or smoked salmon. "PAIR WITH: CRAB EGGS BENEDICT This Chardonnay is super focused with edges of orchard and tropical fruit. It finishes with vivid Meyer lemon which uplifts its intensity. Pair this wine with Crab Eggs Benedict and Lemon-Dill Hollandaise. The unoaked Chardonnay enhances the egg with its fruit purity and creamy texture. And, this Chardonnay’s sharpness stands up to the Crab. A yummy brunch combination!" - Robert Smith, Master Sommelier
Composition
100% Chardonnay
Wine Specs
Vintage
2014
Varietal
Chardonnay
Appellation
Central Coast
Acid
5.0 g/L
pH
3.79
Aging
100% Stainless Steel
Alcohol %
13.80
Vineyard Notes
The Central Coast AVA is one of the largest and most important grape growing regions in California. Its boundaries stretch from Santa Barbara County in the south all the way up to San Francisco in the north. With a climate that is cool, windy and arid, thanks to the influence of the ever-present Pacific Ocean, it’s no wonder that Chardonnay accounts for half of the total acreage planted here. By sourcing fruit from a variety of vineyards with different growing conditions, we are able to make a more complex and balanced wine. The 2014 vintage was another dry year with a mild winter that set the stage for an earlier than average start to harvest. The warm weather continued after winter, but with few heat spikes for a consistent spring and summer. Overall, the fruit was high in quality and quantity with small berry sizes producing concentrated, more intense flavors.

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