An entry level Hungarian chardonnay that delivers in most vintages, and the 2022 is a pleasant wine again. Continue reading
Very affordable for a Burgundy, but a great value regardless of wine region. Continue reading
Haven’t had a Chilean white for a while and spot this in a local shop recently. If you hope that the style has change in the last decade, well, you will be disappointed.
If you saw my previous post I’m sure it’s the third bottle on the photo which got your attention (same photo is featured here). A Les Clos Grand Cru Chablis – a rare treat for most of us, and it’s not just getting crazy expensive but it’s not even easy to find. Continue reading
From the same occasion as the recently posted rieslings (here and here). All three were great, but let’s pick the DeMorgenzon now – the producer is one of my favourites from South Africa, but I actually haven’t tasted their reserve chardonnay yet (the basic one is always superb). Continue reading
Such an enjoyable and reliable chardonnay. I liked all vintages I’ve tried so far and the 2018 delivers again.
Yesterday’s blind tasting with friends featured many good and some great wines, and this time the whites impressed me the most. My favorites were the most expensive ones in the lineup, though.