Is Cakebread good wine?
Overall the Cakebread wines are universally balanced and precise (this is where the detail-obsession comes to fruition). The blending delivers a range of complexity that yields a wine rich in black fruits, spice and dark chocolate.
What is Cakebread known for?
Cakebread Cellars is a Napa Valley winery known for its Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines, which are internationally distributed. Founded in 1973 by Jack and Dolores Cakebread in Rutherford, California, the winery produces approximately 200,000 cases of wine per year.
What does Cakebread chardonnay taste like?
Cakebread Chardonnay 2010 Lush, concentrated and creamy on the palate, its ripe apple, melon, bright citrus and baking spice flavors culminate in a long, beautifully structured finish boasting crisp acidity and zesty mineral and spice tones.
What kind of wine is Cakebread?
Napa, CA- One of the great names in Napa Chardonnay, this tasty wine displays fresh, ripe, multilayered apple, pear and melon fruit, accented by mineral and toasty oak notes. Full and lush on the palate with a creamy texture and long finish. Aged in French oak.
Is Cakebread wine organic?
At Cakebread Cellars, we embrace environmental responsibility with green practices that range from sustainable and organic farming and diligent water/energy conservation to extensive recycling operations (nearly 90% of winery-generated waste). We are proud to have been an early industry leader in these efforts.
What wine is similar to Cakebread Chardonnay?
Try: Barrel Notes Reserve Chardonnay – $34.99 This Chardonnay is very similar to Cakebread. They both contain citrusy, fruity notes and are the perfect accompaniment to a seafood or poultry dish.
Is Cakebread Chardonnay good?
Natalie’s Score: 88/100. Cakebread Cellars Chardonnay is a classic, top-of-the-line Chardonnay. Full-bodied, rich and zesty with poached pear, honeyed apricot, lemon curd and toasty nutty flavours on the palate. Most of the Chardonnay grapes for this vintage were sourced from the Carneros wine region.