Parsonage Village 2001 Chardonnay (Carmel Valley)

Dark, somewhat heavy and quite ripe, a wine with a multitude of intense flavors that range from sweet cherries to blackberry pie and Kahlua. There's even a note of blueberries floating in the firm tannins. Finishes dry, with astringency, suggesting aging for a year or so.

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