Raeburn Chardonnay 2020
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Raeburn Chardonnay shows an array of complex fruit tones ranging from pear and Gravenstein apple to nectarine. The fruit is beautifully complemented with toasted oak, vanilla and hints of Crème Brûlée with a balanced and elegant finish.
The 2020 Raeburn Chardonnay basks in the glory of beautifully ripened fruit and an excellent palate experience. TASTING NOTES: This wine shows aromas and flavors of sandalwood, peach skin, dried earth, and a hint of mineral. Pair it with a salad of grilled nectarines, arugula, red leaf, and basil.
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