The Edna Valley Chardonnay you'll find in the market right now is probably the 2006 or 2007. This 2005 is drinking nicely right now though and would be a good pickup if you see it on closeout.
It's a medium light yellow. The aromas are still vibrant with French-oak-influenced lime broadening into scents of brown butter, apples and white peaches. The oak influence is strong but it gives the wine personality. Barrel fermentation has given the wine a creamy texture. Drinking at or near its prime.