Tag Archives: Chalonnais

Two More Made the Cut

Even with the lockdown appearing to calm down, though we are still potentially at the whim of one individual that can tighten everything again.  I have been in the same unofficial club as a lot of other wine bloggers that … Continue reading

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National Chardonnay Day

Chardonnay is the wine that seems to be found everywhere and it may be just as popular as beer as a cold refreshing drink. One can find it in fine restaurants and it can be found in bowling alleys and … Continue reading

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I Pulled a Fast One

I was talking to a friend of mine, and she claimed that she only drank red wines, because she did not like white wines, especially Chardonnay wines.  She said that they were too “oakey” and not pleasant.  She also said … Continue reading

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Chalonnais and Mercurey

The Southern Burgundy region of France is basically three districts; Beaujolais, Maconnais and Chalonnais.  I just discussed Beaujolais, and now I will give a brief chat about the Chalonnais.  This is probably the least known area of the whole Burgundy … Continue reading

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