Definition of chardonnay
: a dry white table wine typically made from a single white grape variety originally grown in France; also : the grape
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Cabernet sauvignon makes for another successful Australian varietal, and on the white side, Australia produces lots of great chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, semillon and riesling (which is mostly dry, citrusy and tangy).
The winery, named for the property’s elevation, grows merlot, cabernet franc, chardonnay and many other varieties.
Just a 10 to 15 minute drive away is one of the area's most beautiful wineries, Domaine Serene (6555 N.E. Hilltop Lane, Dayton; 503-864-4600; domaineserene.com), known for their world-class pinot noir and chardonnay.
For a white wine with more body and structure, this blend of chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and picolit is complex yet elegant, with rich fruit and crisp acidity.
The WineRack Price: $29.99 Because your chardonnay has been missing notes of underboob sweat, warmed to a refreshing 98.6 degrees.
A taste test showed that Browne’s white blend pared better with food than a California chardonnay it was compared to.
All kinds of wine can be used in its making including port, chardonnay and Merlot.
Specialties are single-vineyard pinot noirs and chardonnays.
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Origin and Etymology of chardonnay
First Known Use: 1892See Words from the same year
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