2009 Garces Silva Amayna Chardonnay

- 750 ml
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The 2009 Chardonnay is aged 20% in new French oak for up to 14 months without malolactic fermentation. It has a fine tropical fruit tinged bouquet with subtle lemon curd and almond aromas, later a hint of coconut emanating from the French oak. The palate is well balanced with crisp acidity, fresh white peach and dried apricot flavors intertwining on the very well composed finish. This constitutes an excellent Chilean Chardonnay. Drink now-2016. eRobertParker.com

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Vintage 2009
Format 750 ml
Color White
Country Chile: As the world's seventh-largest wine producer, Chile has a lot to offer to wine adventurers such as yourself. More than twenty grape varietals commonly see use, and the environment and climate conditions of the country allow for flexible, experimental methods that make the wines that much more compelling. Interestingly enough, France's viticultural influence on Chile is greater than Spain's. Cabernet Sauvignon has recently become the most planted varietal in the region, although the unique Chilean terroir is still sensed in full force. If you're in the mood for something different, the mad scientists behind Chile's most reputable wineries are ready to impress.
Producer G.Silva
Rating 91 RP
Type of Wine Chile White: Chilean whites ask for very little on your part but deliver a level of quality that Dionysus himself would be jealous of. Whether we're talking about their acidic, mineral-infused, and zesty Chardonnay or their wonderfully rich, lemon-kissed Sauvignon Blanc, the region is a dream to explore. Prepare your senses for the time of their life, and enjoy.
Varietal Chardonnay: Isn't just the most popular white wine in the world - it's angelic. Anyone with a developed taste for fine wine would struggle to maintain composure after tasting some of the stronger vintages of this masterpiece. Aside from France and the United States, you can expect to encounter bottles from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina, Italy, Chile, and quite a few others. Every region that produces quality Chardonnay tends to add their own spin to it by including a lot of delicious fruits and changing up their techniques
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