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Wine Advocate
Sonoma-Loeb, 2015 Sonoma-Loeb Chardonnay 'Private Reserve' Sangiacomo Vineyard

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"The 2015 Chardonnay Sangiacomo Vineyard gives notes of fresh grapefruit, golden delicious apples and lemongrass with hints of baker’s yeast and buttered oatmeal. Medium-bodied with a lovely satiny texture, it fills the mouth with savory and warm apple flavors, finishing long with some spices coming through. At this very reasonable price, this is about to become my new, true comfort Chardonnay! 1,150 cases were made."
–Mar-17
Wine Spectator
Sonoma-Loeb, 2015 Sonoma-Loeb Chardonnay 'Private Reserve' Sangiacomo Vineyard

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"Built around a core of tart apple, citrus and green tree fruits, this features a light kiss of toasty oak that adds flavor and nuance. Drink now through 2020. 1,535 cases made."
–Jul-17

Sonoma-Loeb, 2015 Sonoma-Loeb Chardonnay 'Private Reserve' Sangiacomo Vineyard

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2015 Sonoma-Loeb Chardonnay 'Private Reserve' Sangiacomo Vineyard
Sonoma-Loeb

100% Chardonnay

Sonoma-Loeb's relationship with the Sangiacomo family and their famed Sangiacomo Vineyard goes back to the debut 1990 vintage of the Private Reserve Chardonnay. While this wine was originally sourced from one small block of Sangiacomo’s renowned “Home Ranch”, over the years they have expanded their sources to include several of Sangiacomo’s best blocks, which add to the complexity of this wine. The Sangiacomos are viticultural masters and multi-generational winegrowers.

The cool, windswept vineyard has an ideal location bordering San Pablo Bay where the grapes slowly mature, developing intense varietal character, while retaining excellent acidity and structure. The wine is fermented in French oak barrels, aged on its lees for eight months and undergoes malolactic fermentation during the aging process.

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