Gourmets of Wine > Finally a Chardonnay I Like: Yalumba Unwooded

Wine Peeps[Wine Peeps] One of the reasons that Chardonnay is so common is that it is a very versatile grape that grows well in many places throughout the world. Chardonnay grapes themselves have fairly neutral flavors which is why I believe many winemakers tend to over-oak their Chardonnays in an effort to get something out of them.

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