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Synonyms for Chardonnay

dry white table wine resembling Chablis but made from Chardonnay grapes

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This, only their second release for a Chardonnay, confirms that Duckhorn and Renee Ary are on the right path.
Made by Gallo, it possesses a rich vanilla creaminess typical of many Californian chardonnays aged in oak.
He said Chehalem produces about 20,000 to 25,000 cases of wine a year, of which about 7,000 are chardonnays.
97) Scott Family Estate Arroyo Secco Chardonnay 2012 (California).
There's nothing wrong with oak or with big, buttery chardonnays.
While we are confident that our wines can compete with the best Chardonnays in the world, I was really pleased to have taken all six top spots in this tasting.
The more restrained, longer-skirted Chardonnay, from Burgundy for instance, was spared, largely because it's superior cut and its higher price put it beyond the mass fashion market.
I'll start with a 2010 unoaked chardonnay from top Chilean producer Errazuriz.
In a way, Brewer's unoaked Chardonnays are Expressionist studies in balance, where the conventional is contorted and exaggerated in a search for new expression.
Here's a grape that makes such an incredibly diverse range of wines it's hard to believe the Anything But Chardonnay crowd could hate all of them.
lt; The cloudy green yield of our little chardonnay harvest was soon flowing freely out the base, into every glass container we could lay our hands on someone even had to run to the cottage kitchen to collect every available flower vase.
Gather a few friends together to taste a variety of different Chardonnays this weekend.
The national picture is mirrored in each of the regions so there are probably 10 Chardonnays in the Midlands.
Like most Chardonnays, it would suit other light meals, including chicken or salads.