Creamy apples and pears slathered in toasty wood. The oak treatment is clear, even blatant. This is not a wine for those who prefer their Chards in stainless steel. For those who like rich, woody wines, though, this offers up toast, caramel, and Tres Leches. Drink with something that is already too rich, lobster with drawn butter, or even better, if in season, stone crabs.