Not all Chardonnay is created equal. Here’s something you might want to share with the “Anything but Chardonnay” partisans amongst your wine shop fans and followers. [level-members]
This Washington Post article reminds us that real Chablis ain’t your everyday American Chardonnay. Far from it. In fact, a good Chablis is frequently everything that the ABC crowd really do want in a white wine. (Unless they’re just mindlessly mimicking what they’ve heard someone else spouting.
Better still, whites from Chablis are far more affordable than their more famous and feted cousins to the south. (Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet.)
You can read the full article here and turn some ABCers onto something new just in time for outdoor summer dinners.