Paul Hobbs Chardonnay Ross Station
Surrounding a historic Victorian home built by the Ross family in the late 1850's, the wine displays aromas of ginger and citrus. Full-bodied palate of Asian pear and toasted brioche with notes of wet stone giving way to a vibrant, lengthy finish.
TASTING NOTESThe vineyard surrounds an historic Victorian home that was built in the late 1850?s by the Ross family who grew grapes, apples, and peaches on the property before it became a bustling stagecoach station from 1904 to 1984. Later restored by Paul Hobbs, the farmhouse overlooks Chardonnay vines rooted in the coastal influenced Green Valley sub-appellation of the Russian River Valley that is frequently blanketed by morning and evening fog providing moderating diurnal temperatures that bring an average daytime low of 44?F and high of 75?F.
FOOD PAIRINGTry with grilled peaches with Burrata di Bufala and basil, Croque Madame alongside tossed young lettuces with a classic French vinaigrette, or fried rice with sugar snap peas, bacon and egg.
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