Horseshoe is a perfect site for showcasing California's potential to make great, racy, long-lived Chardonnay. The soils are shallow and made up of crumbly shale, limiting the vine's vigor. The site is high and cool. The resulting wine is sharp, pure and penetrating.
Here is Galloni in Vinous: "The 2016 Chardonnay Horseshoe Vineyard is laced with the essence of citrus peel, mint and white flowers. In this range, the Horseshoe is all about tension and energy, all presented in a lifted style that is incredibly appealing. I very much like the vibrancy and focus here."
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Rhys Vineyards is a winery based in Santa Cruz that focuses on producing Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah from some of California’s most unique and expressive vineyards. They are constantly on the hunt for exciting rocky soils that exist within the mountainous, cool, coastal climate zone. Over the last 15 years they have cultivated seven estate vineyards, six in the Santa Cruz Mountains and one in Anderson Valley, each of which is capable of producing uniquely compelling, distinctive, soil driven wine.