Rodney Strong Chalk Hill Chardonnay 2017

750 mL bottle  |   VINTAGES#:  275552
$28.95
Rodney Strong Chalk Hill Chardonnay 2017 from LCBO
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    Way back in 1965, Rodney Strong was the first individual to plant Chardonnay in what would later be recognized as the Chalk Hill appellation in Sonoma County. This wine serves up opulent aromas of grilled pineapple, banana and coconut cream pie, with bright acidity introducing fresh lemon and crunchy apple flavours on the way to a crisp, lifted, citrusy finish. Best through 2022 with pork chops or lobster. (Vintages panel, Sept. 2019)

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Release Date:
    November 9, 2019
    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    13.5%
    Made In:
    California, USA
    By:
    Rodney Strong Vineyards
    Sugar Content:
    5 g/L
    Sweetness Descriptor:
    XD - Extra Dry
    Style:
    Full-bodied & Rich

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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Release Date:
    November 9, 2019
    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    13.5%
    Made In:
    California, USA
    By:
    Rodney Strong Vineyards
    Sugar Content:
    5 g/L
    Sweetness Descriptor:
    XD - Extra Dry
    Style:
    Full-bodied & Rich
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