I loved the 2015 Chardonnay White Hill, and while it's made in a racy, citrus, lean style, it has solid mid-palate concentration and texture. Spice, brioche and hints of buttered citrus developed with time in the glass, and like most well-made 2015s, it's going to reward patience. Based out of Santa Ynez, Liquid Farm Winery is a collaboration between Jeff Nelson, Nikki Pallesen and James Sparks. They make a bevy of classically styled, age-worthy Chardonnays, a Bandol-styled rosé, and two Pinot Noirs.
The 2015 Chardonnay White Hill is refined, elegant and lifted, with plenty of bright citrus, white pepper and floral overtones. This is in a decidedly delicate, restrained style for Liquid Farm. (AG)
Pale and salty, with a raw but appetizing line of acidity, this is a Chardonnay—believe it or not—for Santorini fans. Its tension is pure Santa Rita Hills, ready to cut through oily fish like grilled mackerel.
Opening with restrained apple, white peach and lemongrass notes with a waft of hay, the 2015 Chardonnay White Hill has plenty of citrus and mineral appeal in the mouth, with a racy acid line and long, refreshing finish. (LPB)
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