Kudos to Colorado winemaker Canyon Wind Cellars for making wine in an area not known for grapes, and on first pass, this seems a rather friendly, accessible Chardonnay. A floral nose of pear and apricot is followed by spice and lemon on the palate. There is also oak to weigh down the zip. But it's a bit wiry and lacks dimension.
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