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Bodegas Castillo de Monjardin El Cerezo Chardonnay 2009

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For people who want to actually taste the chardonnay grape and not just oak! This is fresh, fruity and fun, coming as it does from the Kingdom of Navarra,Spain. Navarra is right next to Rioja, and making great wines.

Posted by navarrawine on December 14th, 2010 at 12:38pm | report comment

Color: Medium canary yellow with some gold highlights

Nose: A bit of toast here, despite the claim of unoaked, with good white peach, yellow apple and good brightness.

Palate: Zesty acidity here, bringing the fruit from the nose to highest brightness, light-bodied and lower alcohol makes this a great quaffer and perfect for many types of food. Finishes with light white florals and very juicy green apple: QPRWK

Posted by drxeno on March 23rd, 2011 at 12:30am | report comment

Color: Lighter canary yellow with some green highlights

Nose: Florals with peach and pear and some yellow apple underneath, pretty bright.

Palate: Medium full, nice roundness, with huge pear here, juicy acidity and a more lemon/lime finish that's pretty refreshing. Good value: QPRWK.

Posted by drxeno on June 16th, 2011 at 9:38pm | report comment

Dude, Cupcake is ameoswe.I totes buy the boxed wine once in awhile. I\'m glad you stepped outside your comfort zone!You need to try some Gewurztraminer. It\'s usually next to the Riesling.

Posted by Tanju on February 24th, 2012 at 5:31pm | report comment

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