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[another wine blog] The film tells the story of Napa winery Chateau Montelena, whose 1973 Chardonnay ranked above all the white wines tasted. But what many do not know is that although the wine was made in Napa, most of the grapes used actually came from .
[STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE BLOG] Oaked and/or unoaked Chardonnay: a symposium | STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE ...: Secondly, and maybe more importantly, it addresses the loud complaint of the ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) crowd that too much Chardonnay is overoaked, sweet plonk thats virtually undrinkable at any price. Even though Im a confessed lover of oaky Chardonnay, Ill agree that theres an awful lot of terrible stuff out there, simple wines that taste oak-like even though they may never actually have seen the inside of a proper oak barrel.
[Learn About Wine Blog] Learn About Wine Blog > Blog Archive » SummerTaste at the Grove ...: Sauvignon Blanc, Albarino, Viognier, Marsanne, Blends, Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Chenin and thousands of white varietals converged on the white wine category… distracting and tempting the Chardonnay lovers with endless options. Come enjoy the temptations and see which wine you enjoy the most….
[STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE BLOG] Top 10 Wines of the Week, and The Chardonnay Symposium | STEVE ...: Theres not a lot of Pinot in Marin, but what there is is tantalizingly fresh and complex. Also the winerys 2009 Chardonnay, from the same vineyard.
[A Good Time With Wine] Tasting @Krutzcellars Sleepy Hollow 08 Chardonnay #tl_wine ...: This wine is golden in color, and definitely the darkest of the three chardonnay wines I taste tonight. The nose is a bit bit less vibrant and complex than the previous Chardonnay we tasted.
[The Amateur Wino] The unexpected from the Jura: chardonnay - The Amateur Wino: The chardonnays from the Jura that I have tasted range from nervy and tension-filled to richer, more opulent styles, but across the range of styles many of the wines showed a flinty minerality on the nose that lend a lot of fragrant, burgundy-like interest to the wines. Next time you’re looking to have a Chassagne-Montrachet or a Meursault, try a chardonnay from the Jura instead – you might be surprised by what you taste. Here are a few wines I’d recommend:
[Blog.napacabs.com] Free Wine Storage & New Arrivals | Blog.napacabs.com: The 2008 Unfiltered Chardonnay has an inviting straw hue. This wine opens with a bright nose of fresh fruit and floral aromas of honey blossom that lead to earthy bread dough and hazelnut.
[The Blog Wine Cellar] The Blog Wine Cellar: 2007 Maldonado Chardonnay Los Olivos Vineyard: This is really amazing wine and while I rate the "Parr Vineyard" even higher than this particular Chardonnay, this wine is certainly nothing to scoff at. 93+ Points
[A Good Time With Wine] Tasting @RSVineyards Chalk Hill 2009 Chardonnay #TL_wine ...: There seems to be a light oak treatment, when in fact it's 86% oak, a mix of new and older. There is also good acidity that brings in green apple notes, and for $20, it's definitely worth the price.
[The Blog Wine Cellar] The Blog Wine Cellar: 2007 Rochioli Estate Chardonnay: This golden colored Chardonnay has a beautiful and elegant bouquet with aromas of baked apple, acacia flowers, wet stone, french vanilla, and spice.
[Belly Charms] Belly Charms: Wine with Mac & Cheese, A flipflop Wine Review: As I am sipping on my glass of wine, I started looking over the information sheet they sent to me. Until flipflop wines found me, I was not a wine drinker at all.