You want oaked Chardonnay? This isn’t the wine for you. You want DOUBLE oaked Chardonnay? Welcome to the party pal. See me dive headfirst into a wine that isn’t shy about what it’s trying to do.
Think you know Oregon wine? Did you know they grow Malbec and Grenache in addition to Pinot Noir? You do now. Check out my thoughts on this (amazing) virtual tasting by the Oregon Wine Board and Master the World.
I don’t believe in waiting for special occasions to pop open a bottle of sparkling, which is why we’re looking at this sparkling rose’ from Argentina.
I’m going to spoil the ending and just tell you that I really enjoyed this Chardonnay, and it’s even seen oak barrels. Want to know more? Check out the full review.
Finding a good pairing for spicy food isn’t hard, but finding it in a Chardonnay was a bit surprising.
I’ve had more luck finding wife-approved Chardonnay since the start of 2020 than in the previous 2 years, and the 2019 River Road Un-Oaked Chardonnay helped continue the trend.