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Evening Land "Seven Springs Vineyard La Source" Chardonnay - 2016

Item # 37813 750mL
$79.99/ Single Bottle
$959.88 $863.89/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Sourced from old-vine Dijon clones grown on volcanic soil. This wine shows an opulence that is balanced by fresh acidity and minerality. Aging in barrel (75% new) gives this wine a rich, luscious texture.


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