chardonnay grape


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At the same time, demand remains strong for cheaper Chardonnay jug wines, and Chardonnay grapes are commonly used to make sparkling wines.
California growers pick the Chardonnay grape when it is riper and do not put the wine through malolactic fermentation, which softens the acid content.
These oak nuances are normally associated with the Chardonnay grape variety, but Chardonnay has much more to offer than just oak and vanilla spice buttery tones.
All Burgundy white wine is made from the Chardonnay grape and this one has plenty of the usual characteristics, including ripe, peachy smells with a buttered toast flavour.
Its vineyards cover a vast swathe of the Champagne region and the chardonnay grape plays an essential role in its production of lovely bubbly.
It's made from the Chardonnay grape, I which gives it a lovely toasty smell with a green apple crunch taste.
In fact they share a common origin as both wines are made from the chardonnay grape, as is that other famed tipple chablis.
YOU can understand why the Chardonnay grape is so popular.
All white wines from the Burgundy region of France are made with the Chardonnay grape.
The Beaujolais wine-growing region specializes in the gamay grape, which accounts for 98 percent of production, while the remaining two percent is made with the pinot noir and chardonnay grape.
66 This is a marvellous example of a Petit Chablis young and fresh with a hint of oak made from the famous Chardonnay grape, which originated in Burgundy.
It's made with 100 per cent chardonnay grape, it keeps its fizz and is also perfect for mixers.
The positioning of the new bath additive is a little more premium and sensual than most, its recipe being based on red Cabernet or white Chardonnay grape varieties.
Woodbridge Lightly Oaked Chardonnay captures the essence of the Chardonnay grape without a perceptible oak character, offering fresh, tropical fruit flavors enhanced by subtle floral notes.