This intriguing complex Chardonnay emanates from three hillside vineyards in the North Willamette Valley. A sister wine to our acclaimed Three Hills Cuvée Pinot Noir, this edition exemplifies Lange Estate Winery’s commitment to crafting world-class, cool-climate Chardonnay in vivid style - focusing on clean flavors, bright acidity, complexity and length.
The 2019 vintage shows off high-toned and lifted aromas of orchard fruit, white flowers, almond croissant, along with an alluring top note of fennel and flint. A round, rich palate bursts with green pear, white peach, and mandarin orange followed by nuanced flavors of baking spice and clove. The finish is long and lush with crisp acidity.
90 Points | Wine Spectator
A vibrant white, crisp and stylish, with orange blossom, lemon verbena and spice flavors that end on a snappy note. Drink now. - Tim Fish, Senior Editor
94 Points | James Suckling
This is an amalgam of parcels and various fermentation modes (French oak, concrete and stainless steel) that delivers a pristine white-peach and pear nose that’s super pure and fresh. The palate has good purity of fruit with white peaches and nectarines delivered in succulently fresh style. Drink or hold.
92 Points | Wine Enthusiast
Production has doubled on this excellent blend. It’s loaded with tangy fruit flavors of peach, nectarine and green banana. Fermentation included 40% done in concrete, which brings some drying minerality, and the rest in a mix of new and neutral French oak, which helps to soften the profile. There’s a nice touch of butter as the finish fades out. — Paul Gregutt
91 Points | International Wine Report
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