Sonoma County Harvest Fair Best of Class & Gold: 2022 Reserve Chardonnay

2022 Miro Cellars Reserve Chardonnay Olivet Ranch

The Sonoma County Harvest Fair is the largest regional wine competition in the United States. Any wine made with grapes grown in Sonoma County, with a Sonoma County designated AVA as the only region listed on the bottle is eligible for entry.

Best Of Class Winner – 2023 Sonoma County Harvest Fair 

Winemaker Notes: 

“I’ve been making Chardonnay for years for other wineries. This is the first time I’ve bottled one for Miro Cellars. Aromas of apple and lemon blossoms tempt the first sip. Flavors of ripe Granny Smith apple meld with pineapple and honeysuckle. The mouthfeel is satiny, buttery, yet crisp on the long and satisfying finish. This wine is bound to become one of your favorite Chardonnays. Only 350 cases produced.”

Alcohol: 14.2%

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