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The Olivier Leflaive Charmes screams Meursault! This is text book: Rich, dark candied apple and pear combine with scents of smoke, roasted nut and caramel.
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A toasted nose of oak and a little nuttiness which is typical of the appellation. Fat and oily, very thick in texture and low in acidity until the final moment. Fairly round and thick, very grapey, ripe ...
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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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Very bright, pale lemon-green in colour, the nose is stunning. white flowers, lemony and concentrated. The palate is tight, stony and intense, with a fine ripple of muscle just subtly reminding us of its ...
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Vincent Girardin’s wines exhibit excellent ripe fruit, supple, velvet texture, concentration and vibrancy. The rich fruit and fragrant toasty oak are beautifully balanced, creating elegant Alcohol:13.5%
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Nose shows wonderful complexity, nutty notes, white flowers, citrus peel, stone fruit like peach. Palate gives full bodied style with rich layers, though acidity cuts into the feel as well. This is really ...
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A quintessential Charmes of round, lush texture, this is a full, seductive Chardonnay marked more by ripe peach and apricot flavors and approachability rather than by elegance, with a velvety texture and ...
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Pneumatic pressing of the whole grape harvest. Racking, conservation on fine lees. Alcoholic fermentation 100% in oak barrels (temperature : 18-20°C) Jean-Marc Boillot was one of the younger generation ...
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Bright yellow. Complex but subdued aromas of orange, nutmeg, pepper and herbs. Juicy and penetrating, showing lovely lemony cut and more minerality than the Charmes. Tightly wound, elegant Genevrieres with ...
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The grapes are harvested by hand and sorted out when picking the grapes. They are lightly pressed then in a pneumatic press at a low pressure to get a slow extraction. After a gentle racking of the must, ...
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A ripe tropical nose, another bottle of perfume in a barrel. Bananas and pineapple, thick and oily in texture, mingled with peanut brittle flavors. Lovely in its finesse and power and minerality, this has ...
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This is a structured wine, almost tannic in character. It has a rich, textured character that will allow the wine well. Apple and pear flavors are dominant along with the spice from wood aging.
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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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This high end wine is a French Still Wine 2012 vintage from Burgundy Cote de Beaune produced by Thierry et Pascale Matrot that is 750ml.
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This is a structured wine, almost tannic in character. It has a rich, textured character that will allow the wine well. Apple and pear flavors are dominant along with the spice from wood aging.
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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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