Edna Valley fruit. 48% aged in concrete egg, 52% in 26% new French oak puncheons and 26% neutral French oak for 14 months. Honestly this is my favorite white wine I've ever made. Sadly it will also be our final Chardonnay offering as we turn our attention towards Rhône whites in the future. But man, to bow out of the Chardonnay game on a high note like this makes me happy! This Chardonnay is pure class. The chalky mid pallet feels like your drinking salt-encrusted stones - like electrolytes quenching your thirst on a hot summer's day. The lightly toasted oak gives this wine's finish a little lemon bar or meringue vibe. A real stunner!!!