• Cheryl Therrien

    Another winery in love with the land. I love it. Makes buying their wine an easier choice. 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, It really does. More and more wineries are joining the ban wagon and that is a very good thing. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Susan, if you haven’t already you should get Californian vineyards to advertise on your blog. You really are promoting them very ell!

    • Hi Catarina, It’s funny you should mention that, I am working on that so how knows, that may just come to fruition. 🙂

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    If I ever need to know about wines, I sure know who to talk to!

    • Thanks Lorraine, I consider that a great compliment… Doing a happy dance. 🙂

  • Patrick Huff

    One of the reasons I love Chards is for their luscious full body. I am a texture person.

    • Me too Patrick, I loved this Chardonnay for that very reason. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    I’m not normally a big fan of chardonnays, preferring sauvignon blancs, but the way you described this one I am enticed to give it a try.

    • I think this may be a great Chardonnay for you Debra, especially if you like a good Sauvignon Blanc. Enjoy. 🙂

  • MK Slagel

    Yum. That wine sounds delicious. The quotes you chose really painted a beautiful picture of everything the bottle has to offer.

    • Hi Mary, it is that for sure. I agree, I think they captured the essence of what the winery is all about very well. 🙂

  • Susan you know how to find the great wines and the fact that it is from Santa Ynez Valley makes it even more elegant.

    I am sorry I have not been by but I have been working on a new blog.

    • Hi Michael, I agree, Santa Ynez is such a great place to visit, enjoy the wines as well as relax. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    Involvement in wine, horses, and organic food? Sounds like the good life indeed!

    • I thought so too Jeri. The Santa Ynez wine region is well suited for that and is quite beautiful. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    At some point I need to travel to the wine region of California. It would be great to spend a month in California traveling from brewery to winery, exploring many drinks along the way.

    • Yes you do Jon. It would be fun to show you around a few places, breweries included. 🙂

  • doreenpendgracs

    Sounds like a great summer wine, Susan. I’m mostly a red wine girl, but do love whites with my fish, and for fun on nice summer days. I’ll take a look and see if I can find this one. Thx for the tip!

    • I am too Dooreen, But every now and then, especially in the summer and with a like summer dish, a good white wine just makes since. If you do try this, let me know how you liked it. 🙂

  • Sounds like my kind of chardonnay. Now the question is whether the enlightened folks at the Pennsylvania State Store system have heard of it. (Yes, we still have to buy all alcoholic beverages (other than beer) at a state run store.!)

    • Hi Suzanne, It is a very nice Chardonnay. I wish you luck wit that one… LOL. If you do find it, let me how you liked it. 🙂

  • Hola Backgrinder

    This post is reminding me of something that has been in the back of my mind lately: I don’t drink enough Chardonnay! I went through a stage where I drank them regularly, and sort of tailed off. I enjoy them though, and I find them particularly good around this time of year.

    • I am the the same way Halo. I have found that, like all things wine, I like some whites better then others. This is one I very much enjoyed.

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