Merchant's Pick by Grape

Merchant's Pick by Grape: Chardonnay Blend

  1. " The Batard-Montrachet of Italy. " James Suckling
    February 11, 2019

    "Don't miss this one." James Suckling

    Tignanello may be Antinori's most recognized wine, but, their limited Chardonnay is one of their most sought-after.

    Why?

    "This is the Batard-Montrachet of Italy with such amazing depth and compression of beautiful fruit and chalk....

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  2. The Original White Super Tuscan!
    January 28, 2019

    I was introduced to Terre di Tufi fourteen years ago and have been a fan ever since.

    On that night, a wedge of Parmigiano cheese preceded the most incredible grilled swordfish I have ever enjoyed.

    Was it the wine?

    To this day I am convinced it was! From that first...

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  3. Brut Bubbles Throughout The Holidays!
    November 20, 2018

    This delicious Prosecco boasts some of the most beautiful bubbles!

    The fruit comes from the prized slopes of Valdobbiadene, home to the finest Prosecco.

    Just enough bubbles to stimulate the palate without being overwhelming, Bisol's "Jeio" Prosecco Superiore has sensational...

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  4. A California White With Italian Flair
    May 02, 2018

    California dreaming...

    Though his primary job is winemaker for Larkmead, Dan Petroski's hobby is making Massican, one of the most talked about wines coming out of Napa Valley.

    This is Massican's 2016 "Annia," an incredibly expressive blend bringing together mountain Chardonnay...

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  5. Antinori's Treasured Chardonnay
    December 12, 2017

    This outstanding Italian Chardonnay is from the Super Tuscan master. You may know about (and may have even enjoyed) Antinori's popular Tignanello, but if you haven't tried their flagship Chardonnay, you should!

    Bosc pear, hazelnut, baked apples, lime, and a hint of vanilla bean. If...

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