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Chardonnay

1. a white grape originally grown in the Burgundy region of France, and now throughout the wine-producing world
2. any of various white wines made from this grape
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Wine guru Oz Clarke blamed Bridget Jones for making chardonnay look like the drink of choice for the desperate and dateless, but there must be more to it than that.
In Burgundy, France, where white wine is always Chardonnay and the weather's cold, grapes struggle to ripen and produce fairly tart, acidic juice.
Celebrity chef Charlie Trotter picked 2003 Trefethen chardonnay to go with his Tasmanian sea trout and chanterelles dish at the Wine Spectator's New York Wine Experience event last October, so Trefethen is now sharing the recipe.
Typical Chardonnay but slightly crisper than expected.
In a summary analysis of the wine, the winning Ventana Vineyards Gold Stripe Chardonnay was described by the judges as "Classic Chardonnay
Made by Gallo, it possesses a rich vanilla creaminess typical of many Californian chardonnays aged in oak.
th] anniversary of this historic tasting and its legacy in Chardonnay with vintner dinners across the country, a photo contest, a new mobile application launch and much more, all culminating into two festive gala dinners.
He said Chehalem produces about 20,000 to 25,000 cases of wine a year, of which about 7,000 are chardonnays.
FOR THIS ISSUE, we asked members of the Beverage Dynamics National Retailer Wine Panel to recommend some of their favorite chardonnays.
The surprising results revealed that six of the wines represented some of Burgundy's most prestigious Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards and that six of the wines were Domaine Serene Chardonnays.