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Nice creamy butterscotch Canadian style wine. I did not notiice any bitterness, and I am fussy about that.
Compared with the more Burgundian style Red Paw, the Black Paw has stronger notes of green apple and citrus dominating the nose, the palate gushes with full-bodied fruit. There is a dreamy creaminess and smokiness to this wine from the decent oak integration that made it my wife's favourite Chardonnay of the 2010 vintage.
Very elegant buttery and apple aromas. Medium-full bodied with a crisp mouthfeel and bright acidity. Palate shows apple, butter, citrus and minerality. Good balance, with a finish that is a touch hot. Tasted Jan/2013.
This is an extremely stylish Chardonnay that shows off the ripe apple and buttery notes along with lime and stone fruit. It's medium bodied with a good seam of acidity to remind you this from a cool climate. The length is very good to excellent. Extremely happy with this pickup!!