Wine Spectator 90 Pts. - "A lively, juicy and refreshing style, with a zesty core of white peach, tangerine, lemon and Key lime flavors. The acidity gives this a nervy vitality."The 2013 crop was once again another large one. Not quite as large as the previous, due to grower anticipation this year’s vines were in perfect vine vigor/fruit balance. All phases of the growing season were strait forward. Sounds boring but boring winegrowing equates to excellent wine. Even the ripening season was uneventful, other than a little harmless rain in September. Harvests generally in recent years seem to be more compact and this one started the second week of September and lasted just 30 days. A 30-day harvest would normally create overload difficulties in the winery but since Chasseur production has been decreasing significantly every grape received full attention. The resulting wines are stylistically the antithesis of the 2012’s, which were tightly wound early on and needed time to open up. The 2013’s are very forward, open, aromatic and ready for drink.