There's nothing miraculous about this oaked white, but Chardonnay has always been one of my three favorite whites, the other two being Riesling and Vidal Blanc. White wines mature at a much faster rate than reds do, meaning that they can be drank at a faster turnaround time from bottling to storing. They still should be kept upright for at least two weeks after bottling and corking.
The wine to be drunk by drinkers who don't drink wine, or something like that. This was my first under the "PB&J" label (thanks, Beth), and is very easy drinking. My first blush, as well. The hand is no one's in particular.
A semi-sweet with loads of character, Dag (pronounced 'dog') is Hebrew for 'fish.' Somewhat sweeter than my other whites, it is good either by itself, with light snacks or fish.
Jack Frost's Ice Wine
Lake Effect White
I remember sitting at my computer/writing desk one cold weekend afternoon, in deep thought of what to call my next production, when it immediately occurred to me, looking at the flurries outside. What causes us upstate New Yorkers to be trapped indoors 5 months of the year? Lake Effect! There are 3 grapes that blend for this medium, smooth white.
I started thinking about the past life story of some vines that were growing on the edge of Malinda's property, right behind where we live. How old were they? Who planted them? Did they bear good grapes? This is a medium white that is aged in french oak. Makes a good pair with most seafood.