Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2021

Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2021
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Sourced exclusively from the iconic Bohan ranch, Jamie Kutch's Sonoma Coast Chardonnay is the epitome of California elegance—balanced, terroir-driven, and downright irresistible. Jamie Goode rated it a whopping 94 points, while Antonio Galloni ranged it between 91-93. Expect an aromatic burst of lemon confit, white pepper, and dried flowers, all wrapped up with a nuanced touch of French oak. Not to be missed.

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Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2021
Jamie Kutch in the vineyard during harvest


PRODUCER: Kutch Wines

REGION: Sonoma Coast, California, USA

WINEMAKER: Jamie Kutch

When Jamie Kutch traded the high-octane world of Wall Street for the rolling vineyards of California in 2005, many raised an eyebrow. But skepticism turned to acclaim when his debut Pinot Noir notched an impressive 93 points in Wine…

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  • Lifted nose of white peach, hint of spice and lemon rind. Delicious richness, refreshing notes of stone fruit and citrus peel on the palate.
  • Fruit sourced entirely from the Bohan vineyard.
  • Bohan Ranch is a 4th generation family owned farm.
  • Drink now and over the next 6-8 years.
  • Match with a plate of fresh oysters or grilled fish with plenty of lemon.


"The 2021 Chardonnay (Sonoma Coast) emerges from a parcel on the Bohan ranch planted in 
1972. Airy and effusive, the 2021 offers up scents of lemon confit, white pepper and dried flowers, all in a delicate, understated style that is super appealing. This gracious Chardonnay is a total charmer. " - Antonio Galloni - 91-93 points

"This is a 10-barrel blend from the Bohan vineyard, planted in 1972 at 1400 feet, just three miles from the Pacific. Whole cluster-pressed into barrel, 20% new. Wonderfully energetic bright nose with a briny edge to the pineapple, melon and apple notes. The palate has some richness of fruit, but also nice tension. Ripe pear and apple here, with some herbal twist (rosemary? sage?) and then some lively acidity. Lovely depth here, with some vitality." - Jamie Goode - 94/100