Lot 672 2017 Rogue Valley Chardonnay

Lot 672 | 2017 Rogue Valley


An exceptional Chardonnay from Oregon's lesser-known southwestern Rogue Valley AVA!


(37 Reviews)

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37 Reviews Total


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Rogue Valley never disapoints.

The Rogue Valley never disappoints me. Pears and honey. Sit with a good book and read in the afternoon.


Very nice

Vanilla, apple and white flower nose. Has a lot more body than most Pinot Grigios I’ve had in the past.


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Enjoy the Oregon Chardonnays!

We enjoy the European style white, pleasant fruit, fresh and crisp. Great value


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I will be buying more.

Reminiscent of the Chardonnay we tasted on our last trip to Oregon that we’re all well over $40 a bottle. Super deal on classic Oregon Chardonnay. I will be getting some more in my next order.


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A very good Oregon Chardonnay

Lighter, crisp and dry with a French like body.


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Little to sweet for my taste Like more buttery texture

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Light and Bright

I bought this in April and found it in the back of the cooler today. Not my typical Dec wine but an enjoyable mid afternoon wine. The fruit was lighter than I expected based on the write up but the minerality was right on the money. Great with some white cheddar and probably better with a meal.


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A very good Oregon wine. Light taste but the acidity snd oak make this above average.


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Oregon whites seem to be a more refreshing choice when you need a break from from the buttery oaky California chardonnays. This seems like a nice American style chablis. Fairly priced for what you get but not what I would call a diamond in the rough. Well worth trying. A good every day wine on its own. Not something I would pair with food.


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Better than 672 and it costs less too

See my summary. It's probably because of my own personal preference, but I thought this Chard was less oak forward and more balanced. Love it!