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Rosemary and Clementine Roast Chicken Paired with Rendez-vous Chardonnay, Clarksburg, California.

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I would like to point-out that this recipe made my house smell AMAZING! Of course, that wasn’t the best thing about the meal, but it’s always a pleasant byproduct! I have to admit that I’m usually pretty lazy when it … Continue reading

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Peter Lehman “Layers” White Wine Blend, Adelaide, South Australia.

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Grapes 36% Semillon, 20% Muscat, 20% Gewürztraminer, 20% Pinot Gris and 4% Chardonnay.   Facts I’ve been a big fan of the Peter Lehmann brand for a few years now. Their “Art Series” represents some of most value-driven, well-distributed and … Continue reading

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White Balsamic-Braised Chicken with Leeks and Peas Paired with a Chardonnay Trio.

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      “What’s with all the recipes you’ve been making with peas? You know I hate peas!” said Mrs Chislett. This was news to me. Or maybe not! Maybe it’s just been that long since I actually used peas … Continue reading

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Waterbrook Chardonnay, Columbia Valley, Washington State.

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Wine: WaterbrookPlace: Columbia Valley, Washington StateGrapes: 95% Chardonnay, 5% ViognierPrice: $14-15

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Simonnet Febvre Chablis, Burgundy, France.

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Grapes 100% Chardonnay   Facts “Hang-on!!! Why doesn’t that bottle of Chablis have a handle?”Yup….. Carlo Rossi really screwed this one up for the French, didn’t he!?!? Even though his big-dirty-liter-jug-with-a-handle features the Chablis name, it’s about as far removed … Continue reading

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Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse, Burgundy, France, 2010.

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Grape 100% Chardonnay   Facts It wasn’t that long ago that Pouilly-Fuisse [poo-yee fwee-SAY] had developed a fairly bad reputation among wine drinkers. Overuse of fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyards resulted in huge crops. These grapes were in turn … Continue reading

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