Although still popular among casual wine drinkers, Chardonnay has taken a few hits to its reputation in recent years. The more committed wine drinking public
I often complain about the homogeneity of “Big Wine” brands, but this Gallo brand Chardonnay is just weird. The nose is dominated by apricot notes,
A winsome face belies subterranean nervous energy in this warm weather Chardonnay. Pretty aromas of pear, apple and hazelnut are caressed by lemon highlights. In the mouth
Clos du Bois helped put Alexander Valley on the wine map in the 1970’s. Today it is a large production winery, part of Constellation’s stable.
A classic cheap Chardonnay from California, this shows ripe pear, melon, and a little butterscotch. It’s advertised as “sunshine in a glass” and that is
You are reading that right—a hopped Chardonnay, unoaked and filtered through cascade hops at two points in the vinification process. Everyone needs a gimmick I