Starting off their Chardonnays, the 2011 Chardonnay Soberanes Vineyard, which comes from granite soils and saw 14 months in 45% new French oak, offers up a rich, full bouquet of ripe apple tart, vanilla creme, honey blossom and hints of toasted nut. This is followed by a medium to full-bodied palate feel that carries beautifully rich fruit, good acidity and enough mid-palate density and depth to evolve gracefully for 4-5 years. Easily the richest of the lineup, it’s a knockout Chardonnay that’s worth the effort to track down. (JD)
Roar's 2011 Chardonnay Soberanes Vineyard wraps around the palate with hints of almond, hazelnut, tangerine, spice and butter. Voluptuous, creamy and layered, the Soberanes is one of the more overt wines of the year. A highly expressive finish rounds things out nicely. Readers who appreciate a slightly richer style of Chardonnay will find much to admire in this fine, beautifully balanced offering from Roar. (AG)
A mix of understated flavors, with a bold oak presence, this offers lots of flavor and density, featuring pear, apple, citrus and smoky wood notes. Drink now through 2019. (JL)
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