On the palate, the wine is more citrus-like than the aroma may have predicted. It’s crisp and enjoyable with notes of ripe to over-ripe lemon lime and grapefruit. Although this wine has some oak aging, it is definitely not an over-oaked Chardonnay. As the wine airs and warms, more of the aroma notes come through in the flavor. And, that starts to offset the crisp citrus a little. I may even go so far as to say there’s a bit of an off-balance there, but you really have to pay attention to notice it. All in all I found the taste to be enjoyable.