Tag Archives: malolactic fermentation

Taste Live! Tuesday: California Chardonnay

The Judgement of Paris put California Chardonnay on the map. In 1976, British wine merchant Steven Spurrier organized a wine competition that pitted top-quality Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay wines from France and California in a blind tasting. Wine geeks and ...

Maryhill: Such a Thrill In Washington Whites

We got a note from the nice people at Maryhill Winery asking us if we'd like to try their wines before we visit Washington this summer.  Something about the name was familiar. Then Friday night after we sampled two of their ...

Viognier

Wine experts usually exhort their readers to branch out and try new styles. Usually this is an effort to move people out of their cabernet and chardonnay ruts. Often times the recommendation for chardonnay drinkers is to try viognier. While ...