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Château 128 Wine Tasting Series Week 2 - Chardonnay. January 27, 2012. Why Chardonnay?. Sixth most planted wine grape in the world, second most planted white wine grape. Varied taste – dependent on region and winemaking process (MLF & Oak). Interesting recent history.

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why chardonnay
Why Chardonnay?
  • Sixth most planted wine grape in the world, second most planted white wine grape.
  • Varied taste – dependent on region and winemaking process (MLF & Oak).
  • Interesting recent history ..
chardonnay john stamos
Chardonnay = John Stamos
  • Rise to fame & popularity in the 80’s peaking in the mid/early 90’s.
  • Popular with young urban women of the ‘Bridget Jones Generation’.
  • Backlash with ABC (anything but Chardonnay) in the mid to late 90’s.
chardonnay john stamos1
Chardonnay = John Stamos
  • Preferences began shifting to darker, bolder, red wines.
regions
Regions
  • Like the Pinot Noir grape, Chardonnay is originally from the Burgundy region of France.
  • Now grown in almost every part of the world where wine is produced, from England to New Zealand, it’s often seen as a rite of passage for new and developing regions.
  • 2009 Judgment of Montreal (Le Clos Jordanne)
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what to expect
What to expect?
  • Dry, crisp, full bodied.
  • Aromas of apples, citrus, grass, melon, oak.
  • Similar flavours, also including butter, smoke, herbal, pineapple, vanilla.
  • Reflects Gout de Terroir (flavor of soil) more than others, vineyard site selection critical
food pairings
Food Pairings
  • Melons/Fruit
  • Mild Cheddar
  • Smoked Salmon
  • Guacamole
  • Shrimp & Other Seafood