Yellowglen Pinot Noir Chardonnay Vintage
There’s flesh here, both in succulent white nectarine fruit and in suggestions of the honeyed complexity of a couple of years of maturity, contrasting neatly with the crunch and zest of fresh citrus fruit. It’s a primary, young and fruity style that finishes more sophisticated than one might expect for this price, with lingering acid line the highlight, and dosage appropriately subdued. Great value at $14 at McGuires.
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