Stags' Leap Winery Napa Valley Chardonnay 2018

Ratings on Delectable

Pat Mead

So crisp and delicious! Love this wine! 2018 vintage! Smooth and notes of pear!

So crisp and delicious! Love this wine! 2018 vintage! Smooth and notes of pear!

9.5

Ryan Vento

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone

9.0

Ryan Vento

An appropriate pairing for a Chick-fil-A Cobb Salad

An appropriate pairing for a Chick-fil-A Cobb Salad

9.0

Ryan Vento

Previous notes apply

Previous notes apply

9.0

Jeremy.Buss

More buttery than my normal chars but a classic and great to have.

More buttery than my normal chars but a classic and great to have.

9.0

Ryan Vento

A solid daily drinker chard

A solid daily drinker chard

9.0

Edward

2018 vintage strikes the right balance between acidity and mineralogy. Would prefer greater malolactic fermentation but this is good as it is.

2018 vintage strikes the right balance between acidity and mineralogy. Would prefer greater malolactic fermentation but this is good as it is.

8.8

Ryan Vento

Underwater glamour shot just for you, @Paul T- Huntington Beach Bought a case of this as our Summer 2020 house white wine. Lovely pool companion

Underwater glamour shot just for you, @Paul T- Huntington Beach Bought a case of this as our Summer 2020 house white wine. Lovely pool companion

9.0

Martinez

Clean, bright Chardonnay by Stags’ Leap Winery, one of California’s oldest producers (not to be confused with the Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, founded by Warren Winiarski and winner of the legendary 1976 Tasting in Paris). Contrary to what the label might suggest, the fruit does not come from Stags Leap AVA (as if two ways to punctuate wasn’t confusing enough…), but rather from Carneros and Oak Knoll, Napa Valley's much cooler southern appellations. Aromas of orange blossom, lemon zest, subtle oak notes. Grapefruit in mouth

Clean, bright Chardonnay by Stags’ Leap Winery, one of California’s oldest producers (not to be confused with the Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, founded by Warren Winiarski and winner of the legendary 1976 Tasting in Paris). Contrary to what the label might suggest, the fruit does not come from Stags Leap AVA (as if two ways to punctuate wasn’t confusing enough…), but rather from Carneros and Oak Knoll, Napa Valley's much cooler southern appellations. Aromas of orange blossom, lemon zest, subtle oak notes. Grapefruit in mouth

8.9

Location

  • 43380 US Hwy 19 N
    Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

  • Hours:
    9am - 9pm every day

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