From one of the preeminent Chardonnay producers in the country comes their least expensive yet perhaps most stunning bottling, showing strong lemon rind, sea salt, Gravenstein apple and a floral touch of honeysuckle on the nose. The wondrously zippy and saline palate is framed by a grippy, grapefruit-rind-led tension, but opens just enough to allow the slightest hints of lemon curd and delicate marzipan warmth. *Editors' Choice, #14 in Best 100 of 2016* (MK)
Fogarty's 2013 Chardonnay Santa Cruz Mountains is delicate and beautifully layered in the glass. Sweet floral notes meld into apricot, yellow peach and chamomile. This is an especially understated Chardonnay from Fogarty, not to mention a gorgeous appellation-level Chardonnay and a real overachiever. The Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay is mostly Langley Hill and Damiana, with a touch of Portola Springs. Thomas Fogarty remains the single most exciting estate in the Santa Cruz Mountain people have likely never heard about. (AG)
A killer value that's just about as good as the single vineyard releases, Fogarty's 2013 Chardonnay from the Santa Cruz Mountains offers terrific stone fruits, citrus blossom, mineral and hints of toast to go with a medium-bodied, rich, textured and layered feel on the palate. It has the standard acid profile of the estate, yet it still has plenty of richness. There's 1,200 cases of this beauty made, and given the quality, it's a steal at 36 bucks. (JD)
This is a healthy, mountain-grown Chardonnay, with a clear tone to its juicy, sun-ripened fruit. Its creamy chamomile and almond flavors meet an earthen zest in the end, the structure focusing the wine’s expansive richness. For scallops.
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