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Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay Les Pierres 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1761806
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Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay Les Pierres 2010 750ml

Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay Les Pierres

The Sonoma-Cutrer Les Pierres Chardonnay is crisp, clean and always Grand Cru elegant, with essence of delicate green pear. With time in the glass, the flinty wet stone aroma takes over, coupled with overtones of rich, yeasty Champagne. The mouth is lush and ripe, yet at the same time firmly structured. The finish is classic Les Pierres: firm, crystalline and mouthwatering.

Les Pierres Vineyard consistently produces wines that rank among the world's finest-what some would call noble wines. Such world-class stars just don't happen, of course; site, viticulture, winemaking and even Mother Nature all play a role in ensuring that a wine is of exceptional quality.

The most significant factor in a noble wine, however, is the vineyard's terroir. Located on the eastern slope of Sonoma Mountain, Les Pierres' terroir is predominantly defined by its soils, which are replete with rock and cobblestones. The stones are volcanic, eroded over the years from the Sonoma Mountain volcano, and deposited over the past two million years at Les Pierres. Consequently, wines made from Les Pierres grapes possess flinty, mineral aromas and distinctive flavors that are present vintage after vintage.

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Sonoma-Cutrer Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay Les Pierres 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
The Sonoma-Cutrer Les Pierres Chardonnay is crisp, clean and always Grand Cru elegant, with essence of delicate green pear. With time in the glass, the flinty wet stone aroma takes over, coupled with overtones of rich, yeasty Champagne. The mouth is lush and ripe, yet at the same time firmly structured. The finish is classic Les Pierres: firm, crystalline and mouthwatering.
 

Notes on the Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay Les Pierres 750ML 2010

Wine Maker Notes Les Pierres Vineyard consistently produces wines that rank among the world's finest-what some would call noble wines. Such world-class stars just don't happen, of course; site, viticulture, winemaking and even Mother Nature all play a role in ensuring that a wine is of exceptional quality.

The most significant factor in a noble wine, however, is the vineyard's terroir. Located on the eastern slope of Sonoma Mountain, Les Pierres' terroir is predominantly defined by its soils, which are replete with rock and cobblestones. The stones are volcanic, eroded over the years from the Sonoma Mountain volcano, and deposited over the past two million years at Les Pierres. Consequently, wines made from Les Pierres grapes possess flinty, mineral aromas and distinctive flavors that are present vintage after vintage.