Kendall-Jackson

Camelot Highlands Chardonnay

2020 | Santa Barbara County, CA
Rated 90+ Points
$50
BROWSING ONLY
Description
Camelot Highlands is special place, one that Winemaster Randy Ullom refers to as "the filet mignon" of vineyards. Grown above the fog-driven Santa Maria Bench in Santa Barbara County, this Chardonnay comes from ancient vines growing in seabed soils. The result is a complex wine bursting with flavors of pineapple, mango and papaya with a creamy, lush, rich palate, finishing with lingering notes of vanilla and crème brûlée.
Acclaim
92
points
JebDunnuck.com
8/2022
90
points
Wine Spectator
MW 7/2022
90
points
Wine Enthusiast Magazine
MK 7/2022
This white wine has a lush palate with ripe tropical fruit. Notes of Pineapple , honeydew melon and vanilla create an appealing and lingering finish. All of this overlies a touch of salinity and minerality.

Aromas

  • Mango Mango
  • Pineapple Pineapple
  • Toast Toast

Flavors

  • Tropical Fruit Tropical Fruit
  • Crème Brûlée Crème Brûlée
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About Kendall-Jackson

Kendall-Jackson is one of America’s most beloved family-owned and operated wineries. Founded by entrepreneur and visionary Jess Jackson in 1982, and now led by his wife Barbara Banke and the Jackson family, Kendall-Jackson is based in Sonoma County and offers a range of acclaimed wines grown on the family’s estate vineyards along the coastal ridges of California. A leader in sustainable vineyard and winery practices, including water and energy conservation and natural pest control, 100 percent of Kendall-Jackson’s vineyards in California are third party certified by SIP (Sustainable in Practice) and CCSW (Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing). The winery’s seminal wine, the Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay, has been the #1 selling Chardonnay in America since 1992.

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