Lewis Napa Valley Chardonnay 2019
When you're a Napa Valley winemaker, the competition is some of the toughest in the world. The bar is very, very high in this valley. So, to be"recognized as the region's quality elite" by Wine Spectator is no small kudo. Lewis Cellars' Cabernet was named the #1 Top 100 Wine of 2016 by Wine Spectator, an honor that is coveted by winemakers around the world. Lewis Cellars has released their latest vintage of Napa Valley Chardonnay, and it's another winner. Take our word for it winelovers, you don't want to miss out.
Wine Spectator on Lewis Cellars whose wine was named #1 Top 100 Wine of 2016: "Few wineries perform as consistently as Lewis. Since the debut vintage, 1994, I’ve reviewed 60 Cabernets and blends, nearly all of which have earned outstanding ratings of 90 or more points, with 15 in the classic range (95 to 100), and the wines have earned repeated appearances in the Top 100 and Top 10. Lewis’ success extends beyond Cabernet: More than 125 other wines reviewed in that same period scored in the outstanding range, with 25 ranking classic.
The Lewises share a passion for rich, powerful New World wines, an opulent style that suits the profile of Napa Valley–grown grapes. They have a tidy division of labor, and their winery is recognized as among the region’s quality elite."
Winery: "Golden delicious apple, honeysuckle blossom and toasty caramel spice aromas are served up generously in our 2016 Napa Chardonnay. Silky in texture with ripe tree fruit and plenty of drive the wine is athletic and complex with a tail of smoky mineral and lees character."
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