Chardonnays sentence example

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  • The Grand Cru appellation and vineyard yields distinctive wines believed to be some of the world's finest Chardonnays.

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  • Oaked Chardonnays tend to have vanilla, toasty, and light fruit flavors while unoaked Chardonnays tend to be brighter with more pronounced fruits.

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  • It was astringent and lacked the full body of the historic Chardonnays that we are used to from Grgich Hills.

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  • The Russian River Valley in California makes fine Chardonnays, posessing warm vanilla flavors and lots of body.

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  • First, if you're the type who loves to drink those oaky, buttery-slick California Chardonnays, I think you can skip this one.

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  • I was thinking this is one of the few chardonnays that is proud to be American as opposed to trying to out-do the French at their own subtle game.

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  • One problem with many California Chardonnays is matching with food.

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  • Chardonnays from Carneros, California are known for being smooth and elegant.

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  • Chardonnays from Acacia Vineyards are no exception, remaining consistently good from vintage to vintage.

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  • Chardonnays from Washington State's Columbia Valley have a lot going for them.

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  • Consistent with other Columbia Valley Chardonnays, Duck Pond Cellars makes several that are both affordable and delicious.

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  • Fortunately, more recent vintages have yielded exceptional Chardonnays, as well.

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  • With a small winery in place, their first release was 1994 Pinots and Chardonnays, which were released in 1996, so they are a fairly new arrival as far as Sonoma County's wine history goes.

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  • Steele is another winery to visit and Jed Steele is known for his Chardonnays, Pinot Noirs, and Zinfandels and built his reputation at Kendall-Jackson.

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  • But some to try are Chalone near the Pinnacles Monument east of Salinas Valley, Talbott in Carmel Valley for beautiful Chardonnays and Pinot, and Bernardus which doubles as a double whammy rejuvenating winery and spa resort.

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  • If too much oak is used in the winemaking process, the crisp fruit and bright flavors are masked and the wines start tasting more like Chardonnays than Sauvignon Blancs.

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  • Perhaps they don't like Zinfandel, or maybe have a preference for Italian whites as opposed to California Chardonnays.

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  • The modern day Pinot Noirs from the Yarra Valley are beautifully fragrant, elegant and savory wines, and the Chardonnays are crisp yet complex wines with world class structure.

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  • You may find that you like California Chardonnays or Chilean Pinot Noirs or that you have a favorite winery.

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