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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Specialties are single-vineyard pinot noirs and chardonnays.
The property's vineyards now feature about 10 growing acres of chardonnay and cabernet franc grapes, which are influenced by proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound.
Lineup: * Chardonnay, Bella Vigne, Martinelli, 2014.
A good Chablis, Meursault or chardonnay equivalent would be a classic match.
It now is surrounded by 32 acres of pinot noir and 3 acres of chardonnay, which go into producing a dozen different bottlings of estate wines.
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Origin and Etymology of chardonnay
First Known Use: 1892
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