Ghost Pines Chardonnay Review

My Thoughts on Ghost Pines Chardonnay
I am not a drinker but I do love to cook with wine. So when offered the opportunity to review wine I could not say no. In fact I have enough wine to feature one a month for the next year. So that’s just what I am going to do. This month will be the Ghost Pines Chardonnay which by the way was amazing! For the recipe my daughter decided to cook a meal for my husband and I here goes

1 lb Muscles pre-cooked
1 lb Shrimp
1 lb Scallops
Spaghetti can sauce
1/4c white wine
2 cloves finely chopped garlic

My daughter just put all the ingredients into a sauce pan and cooked until warm. It was amazing. I love the flavors of apples, pears, and vanilla that can be tasted in the Chardonnay. It was a delicious meal.

Ghost Pines Chardonnay
(on the back of the bottle)
In 1964 Louis P. Martini, son of Napa pioneer Louis M. Martini, purchased 178 acres of land in the eastern hills of Napa Valley. The Martini family developed this land into a vineyard which they named Ghost Pines as a tribute to the native grey pines which at dusk, appear to hover, solitary and ghostlike thought out the coastal valleys.
Ghost Pines Chardonnay draws from multiple wine growing counties to create a wine as unique as the Ghost Pines itself. Flavors of baked apple and pear couple with sweet vanilla and soft mouth feel finishing with hints of lemon-cream.
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I will be sent a product for purpose of my review. All thoughts are my own and may vary from others. Please know that I am not condoning the consumption of alcohol as I only use alcohol for cooking. But if you are a drinker than Please do so safely!

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