A wine I adored was the 2013 Chardonnay Trenton Road House. Crisp acidity, notes of white currants, apple butter, white peach and honeysuckle are all present in this full-bodied wine that shows zesty acidity and terrific minerality. Drink it over the next 4-6 years.
The single-vineyard wines all represent much smaller quantities of wine. There have been several noticeable changes in the Kistler wines over the last few years, as they are certainly picking the Pinot Noir at an earlier date and going for less extraction, more fragrance and delicacy. The Chardonnays are still powerful wines but they have backed off the new oak to about 40%. (About 10 years ago, it was around 60%.) Other than that they are still potent and rich Chardonnays that are meant to be drunk in their first 4-6 years of life. It is my experience that aging Kistler wine has not been generally as successful as I would have hoped.