Wall Cellars Chardonnay by Twenty Rows

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Hey YouTube, I’m making this video of me tasting some wine. It should be hilarious!

What’s up everybody, it’s JTCoolio420_1988, comin’ to you from my kitchen, and I’ve got a 2009 Wall Cellars Chardonnay 5-Pack here. I’m gonna do a taste test, since everyone seems to love reaction videos of people doing weird or mundane stuff.

So here we go, I guess. I’m really nervous! Uh, smells like peaches in there, maybe some nectarines or other stone fruit. Pretty nice, actually. I’m sure though it’s gonna be super gross. Here goes nothin’.

Wow. Okay. Pears and apples, big time. Wow, that’s really good. You can almost taste a little vanilla, too. This is pretty awesome. Man, I’m glad I scored five bottles of these.

Well, this video didn’t turn out quite like I planned, but this is YouTube so I’m still going to add a 24-minute intro with some nu-metal music and a title screen in Comic Sans. BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE!!!!

2009 Wall Cellars Chardonnay 5-Pack
  • Alcohol:  14.2%
  • Appellation:  Atlas Peak District
  • Winemaker:  Brian Nuss
The Wall Cellars 2009 Chardonnay is pure, fresh and complex.  Aromas of crushed stone fruit are interwoven with flavors of pear, apple, white peach and a signature terroir-driven minerality.  Hazelnut and vanilla add layers of intensity and intrigue.


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