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Fogdog Chardonnay 2009

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1691273
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Fogdog Chardonnay 2009 750ml

Fogdog Chardonnay

This wine has a very expressive floral bouquet with notes of baking spices, wet stone and toasted vanilla bean. There is a hint of mid-palate sweetness that nicely buffers the core of acidity and complements the array of pear tart, white peach, green apple and lemongrass flavors.

Fogdog is a brand of Freestone Vineyards named for the spotlight of sun that breaks though the fog in this often gray-shrouded, West County hamlet. Last week, according to a Freestone-area Weather Underground station, the sun broke through, and how: to the tune of more than 99 degrees. Hot, but you try upwards of 109, you just try it! And afterwards walk despondently through the remains of a Sonoma Valley vineyard blasted by the sun. I normally shy from personal appeals in wine reviews, but it is a blog, after all, so here it goes: Anyone in the market for sustainably farmed, Zinfandel raisins? Anyone? Come and get ‘em.

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Joseph Phelps Fogdog Chardonnay 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
This wine has a very expressive floral bouquet with notes of baking spices, wet stone and toasted vanilla bean. There is a hint of mid-palate sweetness that nicely buffers the core of acidity and complements the array of pear tart, white peach, green apple and lemongrass flavors.
 

Notes on the Fogdog Chardonnay 750ML 2009

Wine Maker Notes Fogdog is a brand of Freestone Vineyards named for the spotlight of sun that breaks though the fog in this often gray-shrouded, West County hamlet. Last week, according to a Freestone-area Weather Underground station, the sun broke through, and how: to the tune of more than 99 degrees. Hot, but you try upwards of 109, you just try it! And afterwards walk despondently through the remains of a Sonoma Valley vineyard blasted by the sun. I normally shy from personal appeals in wine reviews, but it is a blog, after all, so here it goes: Anyone in the market for sustainably farmed, Zinfandel raisins? Anyone? Come and get ‘em.