Lombardi Sonoma Chard



CATEGORY Chardonnay
REGION United States
ABV 13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.13.5%.%
Product description

What I love — what I really love about boutique wineries is that “single vineyard” is (often) a norm. And, I don’t want to be a wine snob or anything, but I’ve had the opportunity to taste the difference between an “appellation series,” a “vineyard series,” and “single vineyard series” as it pertains to the same winery and same varietal. And I have to say, the attention to detail given to the single vineyard series — whether from a major player or an up-and-comer — is astronomical. So you can imagine that when a small-lot winery, like Lombardi wines, stakes its whole business on two varietals (PN and Chard) that those vineyards are going to be quality sources and that the winemaker is going to take the utmost care to respect the fruit during production. So then it becomes — what I really love about boutique wineries is the quality of wine.


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