Santa Barbara Redefines Chardonnay

California chardonnay seldom makes a wine lover’s pulse race these days. Instead, it largely inspires a sense of been there, done that; remember how we used to drink it back in the ’90s? Quietly, though, the formula for California chardonnay, if such a thing can be said to exist, has been recalibrated. The stereotype of an almost sweet oak-rimmed butter bomb with its cornucopia of tropical fruit flavors has given way (or at least made room) for something much finer, leaner and more energetic.
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Published: April 18, 2013

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