Lot 669 | 2014 Sta. Rita Hills
A phenomenal small lot of shiners from one of the best Chardonnay growing regions in the US. Get this while you can!
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- Sta. Rita Hills
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2023
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Located in Santa Barbara County between the towns of Lompoc and Buellton, the Santa Rita Hills AVA is universally lauded as one of the best places to grow Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in the US. Lot 699 is sourced from some of the best vineyards in the AVA, and comes to us from the cellars of one of the more famous names in the California wine and restaurant industry (you’ll know whose wine it is when you pull the cork).
This is a Burgundy-style Chard that will blow you away with how much flavor and complexity it delivers. Cellared three years in the bottle, this wine is absolutely singing right now, and yours for less than half the original price!
Our new house white
We really enjoy this wine. Not too oaky, complex, and pairs well with many foods. Took about 5 seconds to find the original label and see that it retails for $32-$34 per bottle....making CH a steal.
Incredible quality for the money
Wow, this really over-delivers. A real Burgundian feel to this, with a bit of new world fruit heft.
sadly, like others have reported, this one went down the drain.
My favorite out of them all.....more body, butter, and flavor
might've been good years ago, but sadly this wine has turned. completely undrinkable - had to spit it out and pour the bottle down the sink
I am afraid that I too got a bad bottle. Sadly, a drain poor.
Tropical and zesty
Full of tropical fruit and felt more old world with nice balance and nuttiness
Great with Oysters Rockefeller
Opened and let it warm up a little after taking it out of the fridge. The minerality paired perfectly with the oysters. Wish I had another bottle.
Not one of my favorites. Disappointed felt it was starting to turn.
Less than Favorite
For these prices, I try not to be critical, but this wine wasn't quite what I expected. Maybe it was because I ordered it in the summertime, but it seemed like it was about ready to turn. The vintage was 2015 so it was not as light and crisp as I had hoped. I'm sure a younger vintage would be better.