Intense but brutal, fierce with a hint of hostility. To the simple aromas of apricot, orange zest, and apple cider, the palate adds a blast
A clumsy, fat bottom Chardonnay but not without charm. From a long-standing Burgundian négociant house that is no longer family owned. Pouilly-Fuisse in the Mâconnais,
This wine gives you exuberance two ways: Bracing, spirited, and urgent in the upper register with a carefree, dreamy, mellow foundation. Being Chablis, the crisp,
Replica made a big media splash when it launched in 2015. Their pitch was to take well-known, over-priced wines like Rombauer Chardonnay, Meiomi, or The
The Burgundian region of Meursault is responsible for the original buttery Chardonnay, although its crystalline clarity and bright acidity limit comparisons to Rombauer. Chateau de
Wine makes it to the pages of New York Magazine by posing a question parading as a paradox. “Why Is Chardonnay Still America’s Best-selling Wine?