We moved into our home fifteen years ago. It was a plain, concrete box on a flat piece of rock. Nothing special. Well made, but utterly ordinary. Over the years (mostly) Tom (with a few ideas from me) turned it into something special. Unique. Textured and full of dimension. That’s like this wine. Just grapes, after all. Turned into something special, unique, textured and full of dimension.
The (beautiful) label says the wine is fermented in stainless, the website claims “neutral oak” and the tasting sheet at the website says “5% oak, 95% stainless fermentation.”
So we go by the label information because maybe the website isn’t in order at the time we make this review. We completely understand the aggravation of keeping all the pieces of a website in place and up-to-date. But whatever the website problems, we’re pleased to report that the wine ($21 at our local wine shop) represents a completely delicious attention to detail.
Additional reviews for your browsing amusement are available at unoakedchardonnay.com. Enjoy!