Cameron Hughes Lot 273- 2009 Arroyo Seco, Monterey County Chardonnay


Merry Chrismas to all and hope everyone has a blessed day with their loved ones!   Been out of the loop for a week or so, but have a couple wonderful wines to speak of.  The first, is Cameron Hughes Lot 273- 2009 Arroyo Seco, Monterey County Chardonnay.  To be candid, I enjoy alot of Cameron Hughes red offerings, but in the past, I have felt his white Lot releases have been a little lackluster, especially his Chardonnays. But today is a new day and this Lot 273 is absolutely tremendous priced at just $9.99.   Vibrant, crisp and full of yummy offerings of tropical fruit, pineapple, citrus delight while lending wonderful nuances of toasted oak, mild butterscotch and vanilla, this Central California Chardonnay is an absolute steal and should be purchased by the case without hesitation!  Keep Drinking and Keep Believing.

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  1. Oh My Goodness!!!!! This wine was simply wonderful!!
    I bought 2 bottles at Costco over Thanksgiving . I gave one bottle away (WHAT WAS I THINKING!). I finally drank my bottle with a friend on my Birthday 12/31.. All I could say was “I want more”.
    I so hope my local Costco has more. I don’t know anywhere else to get it from. I usually drink red wine .This was so smooth. This lot 273 is a MUST HAVE!!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing.


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