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Cambria 'Katherines Vineyard' Chardonnay 2013
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Cambria 'Katherines Vineyard' Chardonnay 2013

 
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“The 2013 Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay features lively fruit and oak spice aromas supported by citrus, white peach and apple flavors on the palate. Nicely weighted through the mid-palate, the finnish is bright and crisp.
Since 2009, all the grapes from our Estate Vineyard have been certied sustainable under the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance’s Certified California Sustainable Winegrower (CCSW) program. We have also been SIP (Sustainable in Practice) Certified since 2011. ” ~ Winery Notes
Item ID: #18117
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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“The 2013 Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay features lively fruit and oak spice aromas supported by citrus, white peach and apple flavors on the palate. Nicely weighted through the mid-palate, the finnish is bright and crisp.
Since 2009, all the grapes from our Estate Vineyard have been certied sustainable under the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance’s Certified California Sustainable Winegrower (CCSW) program. We have also been SIP (Sustainable in Practice) Certified since 2011. ” ~ Winery Notes

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Long before the Santa Maria Valley benchland was recognized as a great winegrowing region, the native Chumash Indians knew it as "tepuztli," meaning copper coin. Later, Spanish settlers translated the word as Tepusquet. Proprietor Barbara Banke acquired a large portion of the original Tepusquet Vineyard (planted between 1970 and 1971) in 1986 to serve as the site for Cambria winery. Over the last two decades the vineyard has been expanded, replanted and updated with new clones and rootstocks to take advantage of the unique climatic and geological conditions of the Santa Maria Bench.

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Susan

Not as yummy as I remember...

"Cambria Chardonnay, Katherine's Vineyard, was my favorite several years ago. It seems to have lost some of it's body. It's pleasant, but not yummy and buttery as I remember it being."