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  1. Alain Geoffroy Chablis Premier Cru Beauroy 2015

    Alain Geoffroy Chablis Premier Cru Beauroy 2015

    £22.00

    £22.00

    Domaine Alain Geoffroy have let Oddbins in on a little-known secret about a certain singer-songwriter and this Chablis Premier Cru Beauroy.

    Way back when she visited the Domain on a holiday, Natasha Bedingfield understandably fell a little head-over-heels in love with this voluptuous white wine. She was so enamoured by its pale golden colour, floral aromas and fresh, fruity flavours that she couldn't stop singing about bottles full of sunshine.

    Rumour has it she had to change the lyrics for legal reasons and so she started singing about pocketsful of sunshine instead - a bit of a leap if you ask us. But your secret is out now, Natasha, and quite honestly we love the original version almost as much as we love this Chablis; we dare you to try singing it without it getting stuck in your head!

    'I got a bottle, Got a bottle full of sunshine, I've got a love and I know that it's all mine...'
  2. Albert Bichot Saint-Romain 2012 French White Wine

    Albert Bichot Saint-Romain 2012

    £26.00

    £26.00

    And very saintly it is too! It is incredibly approachable, with a natural grace that seems to shine down from above. A seriously appealing streak of elderberry and citrus peel notes on a mineral background bring it back down to earth, however, which is handy, as you'll need it down here if you're going to serve it with a creamy chicken and tarragon pie.

    Full-bodied with discreet oak adding warmth and creamy notes, this wine's supple, fleshy texture reminds you that, while saintly, it is definitely of this world.
  3. Albert Bichot Viré-Clessé 2015

    Albert Bichot Viré-Clessé 2015

    £16.00

    £16.00

    The first traces of the Bichot family track back to 1214. They settled in Burgundy in 1350, in their fief of Châteauneuf-en-Auxois. The family's coat of arms has not changed since nor has its symbol, a doe (biche). Yep, you read that right, you just have to trust a winery that's coat of arms is older than most countries. Albert Bichot's coat of arms was around before America was a mere glint in Columbus' eye! We reckon they've got a secret handshake that predates the concept of commerce... probably learnt it form a woolly mammoth. Regardless, they have had a fair amount of time to hone their skill over at Bichot and it's very apparent in their wine. The Vire-Clesse has wonderfully intense aromas of lemon, peach and mango with subtle minerality on the finish. A timeless classic.
  4. Larry Cherubino 'Stones Throw' White Wine

    Apostrophe Larry Cherubino 'Stones Throw' White Blend 2015

    £13.00

    £13.00

    If the tiles fall correctly in a game of Scrabble, the word "Gewurztraminer" will earn you 729 points. If you run "Riesling" off the end of it, you will get a lower score but a handy 50 bonus points for using all your letters. Larry Cherubino, a man also worth a few points, has an even more winning way of putting the two together, by blending them into a refreshingly heady, exotically spicy and rose petal-tinged bottle of loveliness, that would be the perfect foil for a mild curry and a Turkish delight dessert. Or you could ditch the Scrabble and drink it while watching Countdown and waiting for a rude word to crop up!
  5. Cannonball Chardonnay

    Cannonball Chardonnay 2014

    £20.00

    £20.00

    Cannonball - a winery of high repute, making delicious, finely crafted wines - write of this 2014 Chardonnay that it "offers a sophisticated nose of lemon custard", which paints a rather silly picture.

    If anyone would like to send us their depiction of what "a sophisticated nose of lemon custard" looks like, we'd be most interested.

    Anyhoo, back to the wine. It's gorgeous. It balances zesty Granny apple and peaches with a vanilla pod creaminess, with a hint of buttery short crust pastry. Yowzer.
  6. Chablis Domaine Alain Geoffroy 2015

    Chablis Domaine Alain Geoffroy 2016

    £14.50

    £14.50

    Far and away the most successful Chablis in our range over the past few years, this white wine is loved and adored by all who try it, like it, and come back for more.

    A guarantee of respectability, with its white table cloth dinner party tone and classic presentation you'll need no further help with ideas for take-round bottles or presentable offerings.

    This has everything you'd expect from a Chablis: dry, restrained and delicately laced with flavour and minerality.
  7. Chablis Jules Billaud Burgundy Wine

    Chablis Jules Billaud 2015

    £20.00

    £20.00

    There's a lot of fuss in Chablis about a precocious new talent called Samuel Billaud, of Billaud-Simon fame. He's regarded as one of the best wine producers in the region and definitely one to keep an eye on.

    Luckily for us (and possibly down to a family feud... but we're staying out of it) he has decided to branch out on his own, so we're ecstatic to introduce the Jules Billaud Chablis, made by Samuel exclusively for Oddbins under his eldest son's name. It's guaranteed to grab you firmly by the Chablis.
  8. Chablis Premier Cru Les Fourneaux 2015

    Chablis Premier Cru Les Fourneaux 2015

    £29.00

    £29.00

    So Chablis. Right, it's bone dry, no oak, you might even say steely. Fetch it from a posh Premier Cru vineyard and then what happens? Tell you what, let's have a glass of that Chablis Premier Cru Les Fourneaux then, made especially for Oddbins by Samuel Billaud, and find out.

    OK: all your white flowers and lime are there on the nose, but there's something else, on the palate - it's more delicate and balanced, with a subtle fruitiness. It's, well, elegant. A bit like you in your best frock/suit, sweetheart.

    So that's the difference, we suppose - normal Chablis: designer casuals, Premier Cru: that perfectly fitted dress/sharply tailored suit you only wear when you're really out to slay them. Sorted!
  9. Dalrymple Cave Block Chardonnay White Wine

    Dalrymple Cave Block Chardonnay 2013

    £25.00

    £25.00

    Immediately upon opening are the delicious aromas of apple blossom and white peach, complimented by hints of crushed caper and cinnamon. Notes of fresh quince and spice add to the wines complexity. The palate is well structured and complex thanks to ageing in French barriques, leading to a clean fresh finish.
  10. De Martino Legado Chardonnay 2015

    De Martino Legado Chardonnay 2015

    £11.00

    £11.00

    The goats of the Limari Valley live the good life. The weather's a bit cooler, so they don't get too hot, there are cacti to scratch your itches on and hillsides to gambol up.

    There was also an abundance of delicious grapes, until De Martino realised that those limestone slopes and that cool climate were perfect for making wine.

    The goats got over the loss of the grapes though, because they found they love nothing better than putting their hooves up with a chilled glass of citrusy, mineral Chardonnay.
  11. Ventus White Wine

    Del Fin Del Mundo Ventus White 2016

    £10.00

    £10.00

    Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Someone finally got them together. It's like two friends that have always had a thing for each other but never hit it off. Ventus White is that couple that finally got together. Like that damn film Clueless. Or When Harry met Sally...or When Tropical Met Citrus Fruits finally admit love last minute in the airport departure lounge. Somehow it totally works and they both sit down for a meal and a glass of wine. This wine is our kind of 'Friend with Benefits'.
  12. Domaine Parisse Macon Fuisse 2015 White Wine

    Domaine Parisse Mâcon Fuissé 2015

    £19.00

    £19.00

    Now, we're going to tell you something but you need to promise not to scream... Macon-Fuisse is made with Chardonnay, in fact virtually all white Burgundy is. We know, we know this must be terriably harrowing. What has Chardonnay ever done to deserve this reputation. Snooty guys standing around wine bars declaring, "I follow the drinking rule ABC... anything but Chardonnay, hahaha." Bad snooty guy, that's not funny and it's terriably misinformed! The fact is, white Burgundy is one of the finest wine styles in the world and Macon-Fuisse Parisse is no exception. With it's lovely, creamy texture and intense notes of white peach and honeysuckle, wines like this will bring Chardonnay back into fashion faster than platform shoes!
  13. Domaine du Salvard Cheverny 'Vignes des Marnières'

    Famille Delaille Cheverny 'Vignes des Marnieres' 2015

    £12.50

    £12.50

    There's more to Loire valley Sauvignon than Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé. Even occasionally more than just Sauvignon Blanc. This lesser known gem of a white wine delivers all the bone dry, nettles and flint crispness you'd expect from it's better known near neighbours, but with 15% Chardonnay added to this blend there's just a hint of something richer, rounder and riper that will take you pleasantly by surprise. And without a big name premium its something of a bargain to boot!
  14. First Creek Hunter Valley Chardonnay

    First Creek Hunter Valley Chardonnay 2015

    £14.50

    £14.50

    We all accumulate stuff - books, records, candelabras...whatever. Every house needs just one more shelf. Liz Silkman is the same with silverware. She'd already been gathering the gongs before 2015, when her First Creek wines garnered 30 awards in one year alone! That's two-and-a-half per month, or one every twelve days. That's more often than your humble scribe goes to the pub! Could she even pop out to lunch without coming home with a trophy?

    In deference to her shelving problems, Oddbins hereby awards Liz the Wandsworth Chardonnay Eggcup for services rendered to immaculately oaked, fresh white wine which expresses consummately its varietal characteristics. Might be at the engravers for a while, though...
  15. Greywacke Chardonnay 2013 white wine

    Greywacke Chardonnay 2013

    £32.00

    £32.00

    This crisp, dry white wine is a bit like your Grandma. She's generally got something tasty in the oven making the house smell like baked apples, toasted hazelnuts, fig, brioche, pink grapefruit and...meadow hay? (reign it in a bit Mrs. Cropley!)

    She's a classy lady, perhaps a little nutty and has plenty of rich life experiences to share but once you get her going she can go on and on and, well, you get the idea. Just like Grandma's stories, Greywacke Chardonnay has a palate that just keeps going.
  16. Guerrin Pouilly Fuissé Vielles Vignes 2015

    Guerrin Pouilly Fuissé Vielles Vignes 2015

    £20.00

    £20.00

    As well as being thoroughly winsome and peachy, Domaine Guerrin's Pouilly-Fuissé also serves as a history lesson in a glass. The vines of the Guerrin vineyards are grown on land that dates back to the Mesozoic period and we can't half tell. It is packed with the chalky, cool minerality from its pre-historic roots, but you don't have to be a history buff to appreciate its elegance and beautifully balanced flavours. It is a wonderfully textured white Burgundy with notes of hazelnuts and white peach, which will age gracefully. Essentially, don't listen to the face cream adverts; embrace the signs of age with open arms.
  17. Innocent Bystander Chardonnay Australia White Wine

    Innocent Bystander Chardonnay 2014

    £15.50

    £15.50

    'Make great wine for drinking and enjoying, not for crowing over,' is the ethos of Steve Flamsteed, winemaker at Innocent Bystander. They might want to share this with Ken Flimflam at Nuisance wines, whose motto 'wine for crowing over!' isn't working...

    'Forest floor notes, my eye!' mithers Ken as he takes another swig of Pinot Ordinaire from his tankard.

    'Actually Ken I've got a distinct whiff of sewage farm', claims winemaker Derek Dastardly.

    'I'll phenolic you, yer leather-tongued philistine', roars Ken, heaving himself over the table for a scrap...

    Oh dear. Perhaps a night at Innocent Bystander's celebrated winery and restaurant would show Ken the light. Then he, too, would make glorious wines like this peachy, zesty and beautifully expressive Yarra Valley Chardonnay.
  18. Justin Girardin Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay

    Justin Girardin Bourgogne Chardonnay 2015

    £15.75

    £15.75

    A classical Burgundy white wine from vineyards in Santenay showcasing consistence and finesse in abundance.
    The Bourgogne blanc is a brilliant golden yellow colour with a pleasant nose filled with fruity notes. Rounded on the palate with typical volume expected of a Chardonnay before a beautifully mineral finish.
  19. Kumeu River Estate Chardonnay 2015 New Zealand White Wine

    Kumeu River Estate Chardonnay 2015

    £25.00

    £25.00

    We want to know what on earth James Bay was drinking when he started singing about holding rivers back. We mean, has he ever actually tried stopping a river? We imagine it'd be rather difficult.

    Though, we're sure he wouldn't be so keen on such a thankless job if he'd been drinking this Chardonnay instead. A rich and approachable white wine with nectarine, pink grapefruit, guava and peach; nobody in their right mind would dream of holding Kumeu River back after tasting this wonder.

    Hold your horses, James, put your feet up and crack open a bottle instead. Let Kumeu River run freely! And most importantly, keep the Chardonnay flowing...
  20. L'Aurore Mâcon-Villages 2015 - HALF BOTTLE - 375ml

    L'Aurore Mâcon-Villages 2015 - HALF BOTTLE - 375ml

    £7.25

    £7.25

    It's so cute! Aw! Look at the ickle thing! Hmm, explain myself? Well, the super-duper Burgundian co-operative, Cave de Lugny, have made teensy (37.5cl) bottles of Macon-Villages and it's seriously tasty! We know there's not always much of a bang-for-buck ratio with smaller bottled wines, but this is definitely good value. Smooth, clean, soft, gently fruity and minerally, it's all you could ever need.
  21. La Closerie des Lys Chardonnay Launguedoc White Wine

    La Closerie des Lys Chardonnay 2015

    £9.50

    £9.50

    In June 2012 Oddbins launched a nationwide search for the UK's finest amateur wine taster. After months of gruelling competition we found her: Fran "The Palate 2012" Evans. Fran bagged herself a luxury holiday to Tuscany, and the opportunity to choose a wine for our shelves. Having professed to be a staunch member of the anti-Chardonnay league, Fran surprised herself when she fell in love with this full-bodied and tropical, yet fresh wine. A worthy winner, a fabulous wine and a perfect illustration of Chardonnay's versatility and ability to surprise. Highly endorsed by The Palate 2012.
  22. Lothian Chardonnay 2012 White Wine

    Lothian Chardonnay 2015

    £15.50

    £15.50

    A light golden chardonnay that has peaches, pears and apple notes in abundance, topped off with nutty and butterscotch aromas. Medium weighted with excellent texture and acidity. Crisp with a long dry finish this wine balances characters of pure fruit with creamy mouth filling complexity.
  23. Mâcon-Lugny Eugène Blanc Cave de Lugny White Wine

    Mâcon-Lugny Eugène Blanc Cave de Lugny 2015

    £12.50

    £12.50

    ***Commended at Decanter World Wine Awards 2014***

    An absolutely delicious classic white Burgundy, with the broad, exuberant charm typical of its 100% Chardonnay-based content. This is a lively number, which benefits from its relatively high acidity yet presents a decent, full-bodied flavour, reminiscent of apples gently warmed by the sun. A really good, mouth-watering, easy drinking dry white.
  24. Marvelous Yellow 2016 White Wine

    Marvelous Yellow 2016

    £9.75

    £9.75

    Like most complex characters, Adam Mason had many sides. On the one hand he was determined to make untrammelled varietal wine. On the other, he delighted in the concert of flavours, the jazz that blending could bring about.

    Having mastered the art of restraint with his Yardstick range, Adam wanted to let loose. A smile replaced his concentrated frown, and he went into the vineyards singing, picking a mélange of French white grapes with the pizzaz of a band leader cueing in musicians. You'll be helpless against the result! Chalky bass notes, trills of lychee, honeysuckle and papaya... Anyone fancy a dance?
  25. Matetic EQ Chardonnay White Wine

    Matetic EQ Chardonnay 2013

    £15.50

    £15.50

    Lots of people reckon they don't like Chardonnay, but this Chardonnay is made in San Antonio Valley and the valley's namesake, Saint Anthony, is the patron saint of finding lost things. The combined magic of this saint and the divinely rich power of this wine will guide these lost lambs out of the wilderness and back to the truth. That Chardonnay is one of the BEST wines in the world! Well at the very least it will inspire you dig up your DVD of Lost Boys.
  26. Merino Chardonnay White Wine

    Merino Movi Limari Chardonnay 2014

    £12.00

    £12.00

    Born in the Limari Valley, this wine shares this land with the 'Piedras Tacitas'; ancient stones marked by the Diaguita people. These stones are carved with holes representing the constellations of the starry night sky. This stellar white wine emits lemon, tangerine and apple fruits flavours. Radiating juicy, mineral characters lead to honey and spicy oak notes. An astronomically good value white wine!
  27. Paseo White 2015 White Wine Lisboa Portugal

    Paseo White 2015

    £6.25

    £6.25

    Paseo White Wine, we would be so bold as to venture, lies midway between the flavour profile of Vinho Verde and Albarino and we think it has the best of both, as a bread manufacturer once said.
    It has the fresh, breezy, lemony charm of Vinho Verde in northern Portugal and elements of the tangy, tropical flavours of Albariño, from over the border and up the Spanish coast in Rías Baixas. However, this wine has a lower price than the average rate for Vinho Verde and Albariño - it's win win, basically.
  28. Pencarrow Chardonnay 2015

    Pencarrow Chardonnay 2015

    £11.50

    £11.50

    An approachable 'drink now' wine, the Pencarrow Chardonnay is a medium bodied white wine from the Martinborough region of New Zealand. It is tightly bound with flavours of white fruits, florals and citrus, with mineral elements seeping through. On the palate it is bright, crisp and refreshing, following a textured line. This carries to a lingering finish of fruits and minerals. Overall a refreshing, concentrated chardonnay.
  29. Penfolds Bin 311 Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2014

    Penfolds Bin 311 Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2014

    £24.00

    £24.00

    Go ahead and close your eyes, then take in a big whiff of this Aussie white. Brioche, honey dew, guava fruits and... what's that you can smell? A light scent of sea spray?! - Could it be? Have Penfolds finally heard your wishes and transported you to a tropical, sun bathed island? Open your eyes and take a look...

    We admit, there's a high chance you'll *actually* just be stood in your kitchen with your nose stuck in a glass. But it nearly fooled you, didn't it?

    This elegant white wine keeps up its summery wonderfulness with lemon curd and citrus flavours which, when chilled, are perfect for enjoying when lazing in the sun.
  30. Pio Cesare L'Altro Chardonnay 2015

    Pio Cesare L'Altro Chardonnay 2015

    £19.50

    £19.50

    When you hear Piedmont, you probably think of Barolo perhaps Barbaresco or even "where the hell is Piedmont." That's okay you can't know every region, you're not a wine-geek Rain Man, that's what we're for! To direct your taste buds to the unexplored. All aboard then taste buds, we're going to Piedmont! You see, yes Piedmont has worldwide acclaim for its Barolos and Barbarescos but there's winemakers experimenting with all sorts of stuff. Chardonnay in Italy, surely not? That's like seeing Donald Trump eat a vegan burrito. Yet it works perfectly, with ripe fruit aromas, gentle spice and great minerality, you might be seeing a bit more of Chardonnay in Piedmont.
  31. Potel-Aviron Mâcon Villages VV 2015

    Potel-Aviron Mâcon Villages VV 2015

    £13.75

    £13.75

    Macon Villages wine displays richness and depth that is signature to the wineries traditional methods. Weeks of fermentation give the wine its richness in flavours of fresh cut hay, white flower and pear fruits with notes of citrus acidity shining through. Perfect to be enjoyed now and across the next three years.
  32. Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru 'Champs Gains'

    Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru 'Champs Gains' 1997

    £29.00

    £29.00

    'Puligny, will you marry me darling?' 'Why yes, Oddbins, I love you!' *Wakes up with a start* Oh cripes, we've been daydreaming again. We were having this incredible dream, where Puligny Montrachet, in all her dazzling, creamy, subtle charm, had just agreed to be our immortal beloved. The moment was perfect - we'd got the food just right, with tender chicken with creamy parmesan and fennel polenta - and the music just right (you can't beat Enya for a proposal) and then... we woke up. Oh, Puligny...
  33. Radford Dale Chardonnay South Africa

    Radford Dale Chardonnay 2016

    £16.50

    £16.50

    Whoever did the paperwork for this wine didn't write one person's name in the box marked "Winemaker", but instead wrote "Team Effort", which we particularly like. It sums up the unassuming, community-based ethos of this fantastic winery.

    But even though we like their ethos, we like their wine even better... This is a subtle, charming Chardonnay that exhibits crisp, limey flavours and elegant minerality, with well-integrated oak. Team, we salute you.
  34. Remoissenet Saint. Romain White Chardonnay Wine

    Remoissenet St. Romain 2014

    £31.50

    £31.50

    A fine example of a Chardonnay from Burgundy with excellent flavours of white fruits stemming from the late picking along with great levels of minerality. Notes of white chocolate and citrus fruits dominate the palate leading to an oatmeal edge to the finish.
  35. Robert Oatley Vineyards 'Signature Series' Chardonnay 2015

    Robert Oatley Vineyards 'Signature Series' Chardonnay 2015

    £13.50

    £13.50

    ***Commended at Decanter World Wine Awards 2014***

    Benevolent King Bob led Australian troops (i.e. Chardonnay) to a glorious victory in the 1970s and planted the big, oaky flag squarely on the wine drinking world. But in 2006, at the grand old age of 80, he appeared to soften in his old age and is now making more restrained, European-influenced wines, but still with the firm stamp of his homeland. Long may he reign, we say!
  36. Tannu Bianco Di Sicilia IGT Italian White Wine

    Tannu Bianco di Sicilia IGT 2014

    £9.50

    £9.50

    If you have a raw talent, let it shine. That's what we say. Subo had a talent, she let it shine: some would say the world's better for it. Likewise David Blaine: he knew he could sit in boxes and stuff to get people's attention and he did. Fair play.

    The producers of Tannu have recognised the raw talent of their Sicilian grapes, and know that they needn't taint them with pesticides, fertilisers or fancy techniques to make great wines: they know that, left to their own devices, the grapes produce flipping lovely, crisp, lemon and pineapple-scented beauties, just like this one. They are so right. Let it shine people, let it shine.
  37. Terra Noble Chardonnay

    Terra Noble Chardonnay 2016

    Now £8.50

    Was £9.00

    £8.50

    If Chardonnay was an animal it would be a household cat. Some people adore cats, others are a bit cautious around them. But once you've spent time with this friendly feline you'll fall for her winning warmth.

    Curled up on an oak barrel, lapping up cream or sunning herself by fragrant fruit trees. This wine is certainly a tabby cat. Warm and friendly. Never in a hurry to go anywhere except to go with food. All fur, no claws and absolutely determined to charm.
  38. Garden Route Chardanny Chenin Blanc 2016

    The Garden Route Chardonnay Chenin Blanc 2016

    £5.75

    £5.75

    Sometimes, there are so many nuances in a glass of wine words fail to describe it. Yes, you could reach for the usual characteristics. 'Dry, refreshing, mouth-watering.' The usual 'apples, tropical fruits and pears.' But, frankly, that's lazy. Sometimes, a wine has you beat.

    Like this one! On first tasting there was awkward silence, broken only by thoughtful 'hmmms' and frustrated sniffs. Until, finally, a voice piped up: "It's fine boss!" Now, he meant 'fine boss.' But the boss heard 'Fynbos', the beautiful heathland associated with South Africa's famous Garden Route. Few places on Earth have such diversity! (Any glass with this wine in it being one). And so, the name was set.
  39. Viña Leyda Falaris Chardonnay Chilean White Wine

    Viña Leyda Falaris Chardonnay 2015

    £11.75

    £11.75

    ***Bronze at the International Wine Challenge 2015***

    What a difference a subtle misspelling can make. Falaris is probably the best value Chardonnay we’ve ever tasted, the kind that scares the bejesus out of Burgundy. Phalaris was a Sicilian tyrant who allegedly ate babies and roasted people alive inside a bronze bull statue.

    So,be careful. Because that error on your shopping list could take your dinner party down a very different route. We recommend going with the “F” spelling, which will give you a wonderfully crisp cool-climate Chardonnay packed with lemon, tangerine, almond, cream and salty mineral flavours.
  40. Viré Clessé 'Les Fargettes' White Wine Burgundy France

    Viré Clessé 'Les Fargettes' 2014

    £13.00

    £13.00

    This little number will put a cheeky smile on your face or perhaps even a slight grin, but try not to let the wine dribble out of your mouth if you grin - it would spoil the debonair appearance of sipping on a Burgundy.

    Your eyebrows will lift up in delight as you nose the aromas of fresh citrus and pear drops and then you will no doubt thump your hand down on the table in total satisfaction as it goes on to reveal a warm richness, with gentle mild oak and creamy notes. Blimey it's like a Herbal Essences advert, but not in a shower.
  41. Viu Manent Gran Reserva Chardonnay 2015 Chilean White Wine

    Viu Manent Gran Reserva Chardonnay 2015

    £13.75

    £13.75

    Lady Chardonnay is the benevolent ruler of this kingdom. Whilst being one of the noble grape varieties of the world, she is also an approachable, diligent grape that'll grow in many different lands and conditions. Her Majesty provides bountiful fruit for the mineral-laden wines of Chablis to the ripe, rich wonders from California.

    One moment she joins the field workers and provides a cool drink dressed as a simple unadorned white. The next thing she appears in Viu Manet's stately form from in Colgagua, Chile. In this Grand Reserva incarnation, she embraces ripe white fleshed fruits and juicy citrus. Standing at the high table, alongside the finest dishes in the kingdom robed in french oak and silk. This Chardonnay is an aristocratic yet generous white wine.

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