- n. Alternative capitalization of Chardonnay
“Wineries and vineyards have invested heavily in chardonnay, which is far easier to grow and ripen on Long Island.”
“They also brought in chardonnay, for what should be a naked version, as well as riesling grapes, which were given an arrested fermentation to keep a natural level of sweetness.”
“I prefer a red, although a chardonnay is often paired with Thanksgiving dinner.”
“No sense of direction in how chardonnay is made in Long Island.”
“Of winemaker Baeza's current releases, this $13 chardonnay is the best.”
“Secondly, chardonnay is the 2nd most planted grape on Long Island (merlot is 1st).”
“Sure, you can assume that the chardonnay is responsible for the ripe pear aromas and flavors.”
“I only ask because Wolffer's late harvest chardonnay is made from grapes that are frozen in a commerical freezer, so wouldn't that put it in the "Ice/Iced Wine" category?”
“Yesterday, I wrote about Corey Creek's regular chardonnay from the 2006 vintage, a wine that I thought was this wine when tasted blind because of all the vanilla and oak aromas and flavors.”
“Jack, I agree that NY, and the Finger Lakes, has not proven its worth in chardonnay compared to rieslings, although I think that some producers have really exhibited some unique and interesting results with this grape that resemble the subtle floral fruit flavors of the European offerings.”
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