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       Chardonnay Night at the Marketplace

                  Thursday, July 24, 2008

                        4:00 to 6:00 pm    

        Flight #1 Central Coast Chardonnay

     Click on the blue links for winery information 

2007 Hubor Santa Rita Hills, Estate Unoaked (Gold Medal, Best of Class)       Map Winery

2006 Byron, Santa Maria Valley

2006 Meridian Vineyards, Santa Barbara (Gold Medal) Map Winery

2006 Baileyana, Edna Valley Grand Fire Peak Cuvee (Bronze Medal) Map Winery

2006 Talley Vineyards, Central Coast   Map Winery

Featured Winemaker: Shannon O'Neill 6 to 7pm

Featured Chef: Andre from Dining with Andre 6 to 7pm

Featured Produce: Cal Poly Organic Farm

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Chardonnay Tasting Notes:  Round and viscous with pear, green apple, peach, tropical fruit, citrus, mineral, flinty and subtle spice & butterscotch. With oak aging or barrel fermentation notes of butter, toasted oak, vanilla and coconut. If wine goes through malolactic fermentation, concentrated butter, cream and even hazelnut flavors can emerge.  Generally full bodied and dry.
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