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The greatest of all Meursault wines, which, as all experts and wine lovers agree, would deserve to be classified as a Grand Cru. It certainly possesses the strength and finesse of one. Enjoy it with tasty ...
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A typical perfumed Chassagne nose. Much less powerful than the series of preceding Pulignys, more mineral and vegetal and less ripe. Some pears and mint, though with a bit of green tea on the finish.
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Textbook Meursault! Full bodied, ripe and layered with rich flavors of candied apple, pear, peach and earth. Roasted nut joins in on the finish followed by smoky oak and vanilla.
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Powerful wine with mineral notes and a well-integrated acidity. The most mineral wine among the white villages wines from the Cote de Beaune, especially Chassagne-Montrachet and Meursault. This wine pairs ...
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With an attractive pale golden robe embellished with green reflections, our Corton Charlemagne takes on more amber yellow shades with aging. Of infinite delicateness, the bouquet expresses buttery notes, ...
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This high end wine is a French Still Wine 2014 vintage from Burgundy Cote de Beaune produced by Domaine Jean Chartron that is 750ML.
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A very different nose than the Pulignys, and this is more restrained with the typical butterscotch which is associated with the appellation. Some apple skin and toast with butter notes as well.
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Candied lemon peel and a touch of minerality on the nose. Supple, sweet and distinctly easygoing but with good mineral support. The juicy finish shows very good length for village wine.
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An extremely ripe nose of apricot, which carries over to the palate. Oaky, butterscotch, meaty and rich with tiny acids. Very perfumed with white flower aromas, and a vanilla custard and lemon sorbet mix ...
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Bright yellow. Sweet peach and pear aromas are accented by a lemony element. Fat, silky and sweet, with a honeyed note to its yellow fruit flavors. Finishes round and a touch warm.
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Powerful wine with mineral notes and a well-integrated acidity. The most mineral wine among the white villages wines from the Cote de Beaune, especially Chassagne-Montrachet and Meursault.
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This wine from steep slopes with clayey-calcareous subsoils is always strongly marked by its terroir. Its mineral and flinty character is unique in Meursault. You will notice the contrast between minerality ...
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The white Meursault 2012 has a distinct and fresh nose, mixing aromas of lemon and acacia honey. It is a wine with a lot of finesse and a nice touch of vanilla on the finish.
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The Wines are around the village of Chassagne Montrachet, near the Abbey. Soil : Stony soil, limestone and a little clay. The slope is very low, southeast exposure. 100% Chardonnay - Guyot pruning with ...
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Distinctive, concentrated fresh fruit and vanilla aromas carry on to the palate and culminate in a persistent, lingering finish. Puligny produces wines with greater firmness and depth than those of Meursault, ...
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Our selection of Chardonnay comes from around the world because of the grape's versatility. It is famously low maintenance and adapts well to a variety of climates, meaning it can be grown nearly anywhere, including cooler, harsher climates. Buy Chardonnay wine online from Spain, the U.S., Canada, Austria, Argentina, France, Greece and others for a wide variety. The versatility of the grape makes it a favorite amongst winemakers and drinkers alike.

Chardonnay is a dry, full-bodied white wine. It is characterized by its very fruity flavors, but its buttery flavors cut out the expected sweetness. Its fruit flavors vary from lemon and apple to pear, pineapple, fig, peach and passion fruit. It may also include honeysuckle, vanilla and almond for added dimension. The big flavor range is a result of the two approaches to production. Oaked Chardonnay tends to be more creamy and buttery whereas unoaked Chardonnay is zesty with a strong apple flavor and tropical, citrusy notes.

The fruity flavors of the Chardonnay pair well with seafood and light meats, and the buttery side pairs well with mushrooms, cream sauces and most soft cheeses. Enjoy a it with fish and herbs or a nice plate of fettuccine Alfredo with shrimp.

Oaked or unoaked? It is time for you to weigh in on the great debate. We recommend doing thorough research to decide which side you will be on. In preparation, shop Chardonnay online at Wine Chateau. We carry Rombauer Chardonnay as well as Korbel, Etienne Sauzet, Rodney Strong, and other Chardonnay. Try them all to be fully educated on the different varieties and find your favorite.

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