Long Meadow Ranch Boot Strap Napa Valley Chardonnay 2015

Long Meadow Ranch Boot Strap Napa Valley Chardonnay 2015

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Rich, opulent, and simply delicious. Flavors of lemon pith, golden apple, ripe pear, banana, and spiced oak dance across the palate and through the long finish. Your dinner guests will be impressed when you pair this Chardonnay with baked fish, fresh lobster, or grilled chicken - but don’t serve it all to your friends! You deserve to save a bottle for yourself. 
 
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“Our 2015 Chardonnay is sourced from a vineyard in the southern part of the Napa Valley, close to the cooling influences of the San Pablo Bay. Primary fermentation in stainless steel followed by malolactic fermentation in primarily neutral oak barrels allows the classic texture of this varietal to shine while preserving the wines natural acidity. Aromatics of meyer lemon, candied orange peel, white flowers and oyster shell marry with a fleshy, well-textured palate." ~Long Meadow Ranch

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Unit Size750.00 ML
VarietalChardonnay
Vintage2015
GrapeChardonnay
CountryUnited States
RegionNapa Valley
Alcohol Content13.50%

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Long Meadow Ranch Boot Strap Napa Valley Chardonnay 2015
 

By Long Meadow Ranch
2015 BOOT STRAP Napa Valley Chardonnay

Details
Composition: 100% Chardonnay
Fermentation: Primary in stainless steel. Secondary in neutral French oak.
Aging: 6 months neutral French oak
 
Winemaker's Notes
“Our 2015 Chardonnay is sourced from a vineyard in the southern part of the Napa Valley, close to the cooling influences of the San Pablo Bay. Primary fermentation in stainless steel followed by malolactic fermentation in primarily neutral oak barrels allows the classic texture of this varietal to shine while preserving the wines natural acidity. Aromatics of meyer lemon, candied orange peel, white flowers and oyster shell marry with a fleshy, well-textured palate."
 
Growing Season
An early bud break, one of the longest flowering periods in years, and a long growing season produced a vintage that shines in quality. Spring started fast and an early bloom was met with a dip in temperature, wind and rains, which slowed the development and reduced yields. The result was a small crop of extremely well-concentrated fruit that ripened fully and slowly.
 
Food Affinities
Perfect with lacinato kale salad with chile pequin, lemon dressing, toasted parmesan, summer BBQ beef, lamb, or roasted game.
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