Browse: Chardonnay

Chardonnay and Viognier are both full-bodied white wines but they have subtle differences. Learn how to identify these wines (even blind) and gain a deeper understanding how to pair them with food.

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The Guide to Chablis Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on February 25th.

Chablis (“Shah-blee”) is a Chardonnnay region in the northwest corner of Burgundy, France. Find out how to find a great bottle of Chablis with these tips.

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If you’re just getting started with Chardonnay, here’s what you need to know to be Chardonnay smart. There are 3 primary styles of Chardonnay

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What’s the difference between Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc? Each wine represents a very different style and taste of dry white wine. Let’s take a closer look at their differences to find out which one you prefer.

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Get to know the basics with White Burgundy, the ultimate French Chardonnay. Included are 4 primary styles to know and useful tips on taste, what to expect to spend and food pairing from

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Want more confidence understanding Burgundy wine? This simplified guide includes maps, infographics and most important facts on the five major sub-regions.

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Chardonnay is the most diverse -and most planted- white wine grape in the world. Chardonnay wine ranges from rich and buttery to super zesty. Find out how to get the style of Chardonnay wine you like.

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There’s more to Australian wine than Shiraz, but what should you choose? Learn the major Australia wine regions and what other types of wine you should be looking for.

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Have you ever heard someone refer to French Chardonnay as having aromas of baby diaper? Or maybe old gyms socks? We took the analogy too seriously in this video

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Let’s take a closer look at unoaked chardonnay with its crisp and fruity character and learn why this style of chardonnay is growing a following. Discover the origin of ‘no oak’ chardonnay and who out there has great unoaked chardonnays. When looking for an unoaked chardonnay, look for these terms: ‘inox’, ‘no oak’, ‘sans chêne’ (France), and ‘acero’ (Spain).

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