2013 Catena Zapata, Bodegas Chardonnay White Bones
Chardonnay - 750ML
  • JS 98
  • WA 97
  • VN 93

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JS 98
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, May 2016
The Montrachet of Argentina with incredible dried fruit, stones and limestone. Full body, layered and powerful. It has a phenolic backbone and velvety texture. Bright acidity. A white wine that is like a great red. Goes... The Montrachet of Argentina with incredible dried fruit, stones and limestone. Full body, layered and powerful. It has a phenolic backbone and velvety texture. Bright acidity. A white wine that is like a great red. Goes on for minutes. From limestone rich soils in the Gualtallary region. 2,000 bottles.
WA 97
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2016
The superb, elegant and aromatic 2013 White Bones Chardonnay seemed to jump out of the glass with its perfumed personality. This is a selection of the more chalky soils of the Adrianna vineyard in Gualtallary. It has a... The superb, elegant and aromatic 2013 White Bones Chardonnay seemed to jump out of the glass with its perfumed personality. This is a selection of the more chalky soils of the Adrianna vineyard in Gualtallary. It has a spicy, nutty nose with minty freshness and a sensation of wet stones. The oak is perfectly integrated (in fact, none of the Adrianna whites showed any oak) and it has an elegant profile, a wine built around finesse and acidity. It finished with a chalky, mineral finish, definitively salty. Simply stunning! - Luis Gutiérrez
VN 93
Vinous - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, March 2016
93+ (from calcaire soil; partial malolactic fermentation): A touch of blush to the straw-yellow color. Deeply pitched and lightly reduced, with exotic soft citrus and nutty oak aromas accompanied by smoky minerality... 93+ (from calcaire soil; partial malolactic fermentation): A touch of blush to the straw-yellow color. Deeply pitched and lightly reduced, with exotic soft citrus and nutty oak aromas accompanied by smoky minerality. Quite tightly wound, even a bit youthfully tart, with lemon and tangerine flavors starting uncompromisingly dry but becoming creamier and oiler with air, with flinty and minty notes emerging. Less phenolic than the White Stones, perhaps because it has less of malic edge, but still with outstanding texture and energy. Finishes with chewy crushed-stone character and superb rising length. This, too, is a shock to the palate in the early going, and in fact is even higher in acidity than the White Stones. - Stephen Tanzer
Color & Type White
Varietal Chardonnay
Country Argentina
Region Mendoza
Vintage 2013
Percent alcohol 13%
Closure Cork