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More Top Chardonnay Wines – New World

Introduction New World Chardonnays have long established a name for themselves in the worldwide theatre. Further to my review of best Chardonnay wines here, I am further reviewing wines from the vast selection available.  As a big quantity of excellent Chardonnays are produced in Australia, I have reviewed them separately here. See my review of some… Read More »

Best Chardonnay Wines – New World

Introduction For several years, we are bombarded with Chardonnay from the New World (Australia, New Zealand, USA, Chile, Argentina, S-Africa).  While many European winemakers strive for subtlety and complexity, their colleagues from the New World more often to “a lot of aroma ‘and’ great taste ‘.  A great number of Chardonnays from these areas (e.g. California,… Read More »

Top Rated Chardonnay Wine – Reviews

Introduction I know that there are a lot of Chardonnay lovers in the UK European continent area and outside. In here I would like to review a number of Chardonnays which can be delivered to the UK. The wines are from various Old World wine countries, in this case France and Italy. All wines have… Read More »

Wine Review – Yarra Valley Australia

Introduction The Yarra Valley in Victoria is located just 45 kilometres from Melbourne and also owes its great popularity there. Moreover, it is also a great wine region, thanks to a relatively cool climate and suitable soils. The south is dominated by loam soils, in the north there are red volcanic soils. This area is… Read More »

Wine review – Margaret River Australia

Introduction The Margaret River region is another one of Australia’s fine Chardonnay producing areas. Here Chardonnay seems to acquire a unique extra dimension. It is more concentrated, more complex, more viscous and tangy, yet does not become overly cloying or heavy. The voluptuous fruit lends itself to the full range of wine making techniques and… Read More »

McLaren Vale wine – Review

Introduction McLaren Vale’s wines are described as the “middle palate of Australia” because they produce soft full flavoured wines. Each October the Bushing Festival takes place, during which colourful wine making characters introduce the new vintages. The area enjoys a Mediterranean climate influenced by the St Vincent’s Gulf only six kms away. Chardonnay is harvested in… Read More »

Barossa Valley Wine – Review

Introduction Of all the famous wine valleys in South Australia the ‘Barossa’ is the best known. It is also the birthplace of the Australian wine industry.Thanks to the different soils and Mediterranean climate this region produces different types of wine with a solid, high quality. Amongst other varietals, the Barossa Valley produces some excellent Chardonnay… Read More »