Try a little French classic this weekend, Vouvray from the Loire Valley. Crowd pleasing Vouvray is perfect for entertaining. Lovers of both dry, and sweet wine will enjoy this wine. It is a Chenin Blanc, which can vary in sweetness. This particular bottle of Vignobles Lacheteau was not overly sweet, although some Vouvray can be.Continue reading “Friday Night Vouvray! Hooray!”
Sometimes you have to be daring! Atrevida chardonnay 2014 from the Mendoza Region of Argentina at under$13.00 is subtle, and sophisticated with notes of pear, pineapple, and light oak. I detected an underlying fizz almost prosecco-like, which is not immediately obvious. This dry, mellow chard with low acidity was a pleasant diversion from my standard flavorContinue reading “Friday Night Chardonnay”
Hello all! I’m asking you to take your taste buds on a trip to New Zealand with this Friday Night Chardonnay pick, Kim Crawford Chardonnay. This little lovely fits my favorite buttery flavor profile to a T, even though this wine is listed on the Kim Crawford website as unoaked. I know what I haveContinue reading “Friday Night Chardonnay”
That’s not just any oak you have been spending time in Idaba!
Hello all! At some point in your blogging life you come to realize where your talent lies and mine as 83,000 views would dictate is finding the best buttery chardonnay on the market at a fair price. Let’s face it, we chard-lovers love the butter, we crave the oak, and we do not care forContinue reading “Friday Night Chardonnay!”