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Bethel Heights Chardonnay 2007, Chardonnay Wine

Bethel Heights Chardonnay 2007, Chardonnay Wine

Origin: USA Oregon - Williamette
Characteristics: This wine opens with a light apricot like bouquet with hints of spice and pears. This light bodied wine is balanced, crisp, with apple like flavors with light oak on finish.
- Wine Tasting Note by KS, February 2010

83% Dijon Clone, 17% Wente
WOW! Vintage after vintage this is THE Oregon Chardonnay to beat. Look out below when I’m drinking it, because expletives will be a droppin’! If more Oregon producers made Chardonnay like this, California would be in serious trouble. Crisp apple and pear fruit, with a bit of creamy crème brulee and little notes of Spanish olive-oil. The texture is supple and the finish persistent. This is (with Calera Mt. Harlan), one of our two best domestic chards at any price.
- tasting note by BH, tasted February 2009

A touch of gold to the eye. A bit of apricot to the nose. Beautiful expressive chardonnay fruit on the palate. Light bodied, crisp and balanced with some apple and light oak on the back palate. A dry finish that stays with you in the nicest of ways.
- wine tasting note by JN, May 2009

Spicy and high toned in the nose with apple, nutmeg, and a little smoky yeast. The mouth is crisp and elegant but really persistent and long at the same time. The same spiced apple notes from the nose follow through nicely into the mouth. This is a very sexy chardonnay which is clearly not from California.
- tasting note by WB, December 2008

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Price: $27.00/bottle
Bottle size: 750 mL
Bottles Per Case: 12
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