Chardonnay


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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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Bouchard Pere & Fils Bourgogne Chardonnay La Vignee 2014 (PS13 Just in Cases, winedirect.
Apaltagua 2015 Estate Grown Unoaked Reserva Chardonnay (Casablanca Valley, Chile; $13)
The same wine has showed remarkable consistency by winning a regional trophy for best Stellenbosch Chardonnay at the prestigious International Wine Challenge (IWC), also judged in London by a worldwide team of wine experts in April.
This, only their second release for a Chardonnay, confirms that Duckhorn and Renee Ary are on the right path.
From the winery's chardonnay series, this is the "wild yeast offering.
So with International Chardonnay Day (yes, there is such a thing) on Saturday, I've picked a few stars from last week's International Wine Challenge (IWC) results to help celebrate.
There is increasing interest in producing premium tier chardonnay in the Willamette Valley," said Patty Skinkis, a faculty member at the Oregon Wine Research Institute at Oregon State University.
95) Alexander Valley Vineyards Sonoma Chardonnay 2012 (California).
Chardonnay originates from the cool-climate Burgundy region in France, but because it's so easy to grow it has become one of the most widely-planted grapes in the world.
Chardonnay originates from the cool-climate Burgundy region in France, but because it's so easy to grow and neutral enough in flavour to take on many guises and personalities, other regions have succeeded in making it their own - and also making it one of the most widely-planted grapes in the world.
Chardonnay originates from the cool-climate of the Burgundy region in France, but because it's so easy to grow and neutral enough in flavour to take on many guises and personalities, other regions have succeeded in making it their own - and also making it one of the most widely-planted grapes in the world.
2nd place (tie) with a score of 46: 2005 Domaine Serene “Cote Sud Vineyard” Chardonnay and 2005 Domaine Serene “Clos du Soleil” Chardonnay- $45