2006 Oriel Dylan

Russian River Valley, USA

Reviews

Wine & Spirits: 94 pts - Best Buy

Name Story

Dylan is a welsh name meaning of the sea in homage to Western Sonoma Valley's cool, marine climate which is ideal for growing Chardonnay.

Winemaker

Dan Goldfield

Vineyards | Winemaking

Sandy loam soils on rolling hillsides along the Russian River. Whole cluster pressed and barrel fermented. Aged on the lees for 10 months in French oak

Grapes

100% Chardonnay. September 29–October 26, 2006.

Tasting Notes

Aroma: Citrus, stone fruit with floral and sweet cream overtones. Taste: Fresh citrus and apple pie with bright acidity and a lush, lingering finish.

Drink by Date

Now through 2012.

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Bottle: 750ml
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