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Chardonnay and the Central Coast

Posted: May 22, 2015 4:23 p.m.
Updated: May 22, 2015 4:23 p.m.

I used to be fairly blasé about Chardonnay. They were all over-oaked, overwhelmingly buttery and one dimensional. Then I had some aged bottles from Burgundy and California. Amazing and outstanding, tasting of citrus, crème brulee, and minerality. But I discovered this only because I sampled a large number of wines. That can be expensive, unless you take advantage of a focused tasting event.

For Pinot Noir, there’s World of Pinot Noir or Pinot Days. Rhone lovers have Rhone Rangers. And for Chardonnay, you can taste your way across the globe at the upcoming Chardonnay Symposium, being held in ...

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