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Gustavo Thrace The 3rd Bottle White Table Wine

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    The 3rd Bottle is the perfect bottle of wine to open when you have already enjoyed your vintage treasures. It is also our 'tuesday night' wine and our go to wine when we just want another glass with our friends. These wines are 100 percent Napa valley fruit. Because of the deals we get on the fruit we aren't allowed to say which growers the fruit comes from but rest assured you have tasted this fruit in some well known Napa beauties! Gustavo has crafted these wines to deliver a full-flavored mouth with the perfect balance that makes these such food-friendly wines.

    The 3rd Bottle white wine is 100% barrel fermented Carneros Chardonnay. It has a full, clean mouth that is bright and crisp but with a lean elegance. When you taste you will find citrus, toast, hazelnuts and lemons.

    Posted by caseyrae on December 28th, 2007 at 7:22pm | report comment

    Color: Golden yellow

    Nose: Clean, crisp tropical fruit with some pear.

    Palate: Another fantastic deal. All vintage-blended Carneros fruit for a fantastic price and fantastic reason...more wine for when we don't want (or shouldn't!) to open a nice bottle after 2 others! Clean crisp mouth that still has a bit of a creamy feel, making this a goto wine for me next summer.

    Posted by drxeno on January 1st, 2008 at 12:28am | report comment

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