Five truths about Long Island Chardonnay

Chardonnay is an important grape to the local wine industry. It’s the most-planted white wine grape (by a wide margin) and because it’s expensive to rip out productive vines and re-plant with something else that will take three to four years to produce wine, it’s not going anywhere. That said, no matter how good some of the wines are, Long Island chardonnay is still somewhat hard to get excited about. It still isn’t a wine I’m going to seek out over some of the other white wines being made here. But they’ve come a long way. And some are certainly worth reconsidering.
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Published: March 29, 2016

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