Review: 2014 Freemark Abbey Chardonnay Napa Valley

FREEMARK_ABBEYFreemark’s latest chardonnay offers a bit more mineral character than your typical California chardonnay, with notes of white grapes, white florals, and honeysuckle, before slowly fading into light caramel, vanilla, and gentle oak notes. The 2014 bottling rides the line between traditional Napa chardonnay and, say, a New World pinot grigio — which is either curiously intriguing or entirely heretical, depending on your point of view.

B+ / $20 /

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  1. John S. Steidler March 2, 2016 / 8:43 pm

    Chardinnat out of the Napa Valley is an excellent wine for dinners like they serve at Olive Garden or at any Italian Dinner establishment, In addition, this is a very inexpensive wine.

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