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Handley Cellars 2007 Dry Creek Valley Chardonnay

  • Year: 2007
  • Winery: Handley Cellars
  • Varietal: Chardonnay
  • Region: Sonoma County
  • Retail Price: $20.00
  • Our Price: $10.99


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Complex fragrances of apple, pear, banana, orange and even cocoa merge with flavors of pear, marmalade, baking spices and sweet oak. This is a crisp Chardonnay zesty with bright fruit.

Complex fragrances of apple, pear, banana, orange and even cocoa merge with flavors of pear, marmalade, baking spices and sweet oak. This is a crisp Chardonnay zesty with bright fruit.

Gold Medal, Critics Challenge Award

“Highly Recommended”, 2009 World Wine Championships
83 Points, "Highly Recommended", Beverage Testing Institute
83 points, Connoisseurs' Guide (May 2010): "Unexpected grassiness lends a decidedly unvarietal twist to the otherwise candied, slightly confected nose of this Chardonnay in Sauvignon Blanc clothing, and hard-charging acids bring so much finishing stiffness that the wine is hard to enjoy for more reasons than one."

Silver Medal, California State Fair
Silver Medal, Orange County Fair
Silver Medal, Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Silver Medal, Beverage Testing Institute
Silver Medal, Houston International Wine Competition
Silver Medal, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Silver Medal, U.S. Professional Wine Buyers Competition
Silver Medal, Sonoma Marin Fair
Silver Medal, Los Angeles International Wine Competition
Bronze Medal, 2009 San Francisco International Wine Competition
Bronze Medal, 2010 American Fine Wine Competition
Bronze Medal, 2010 Pacific Rim Competition ($15 to $30)
Bronze Medal, 2010 Riverside Wine Competition
Bronze Medal, 2010 Long Beach Grand Cru

Enjoy this wine now with simple grilled halibut or dishes with a bit of spice, such as chicken mole, paella, or barbecue.

This wine was recently featured in The California Wine Club's wine of the month club.

Enjoy this wine now with simple grilled halibut or dishes with a bit of spice, such as chicken mole, paella, or barbecue.

This wine was recently featured in The California Wine Club's wine of the month club.


John Stagner from IN
Very light, a bit more oak may have brought out more citrus. Overall a nice wine and enjoyable.             -19 Points


Kimberly Vance from FL

A fresh bouquet and nice smooth finish that went surprisingly well with dessert. Definitely one of the better Chardonnay we've tried.     -15 points