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2007 Burrowing Owl Chardonnay

With a hectic month (who am I kidding, let’s just say year+) of travel behind me, not to mention a weekend day full of errands, high winds, cold temperatures (it’s May, enough already), I slumped into my chair at 17:00 … Continue reading

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2007 Thirty Bench Small Lot Chardonnay

A good spot to start off with for this review is to state that Thirty Bench is a winery that is owned by the same group that owns Hillebrand, Trius and Peller Estates, Andrew Peller Ltd. Despite the fear that … Continue reading

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2007 Tapanappa ‘Etages’ Tiers Chardonnay

Burgundy, France, is the epicenter of the Chardonnay grape’s world, but the world itself has taken on this white grape as it’s own. Chardonnay is one the most widely grown grape varieties in the world and can be found pretty … Continue reading

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2006 Malivoire Chardonnay

First off a warm hello, it’s been a sporadic summer for me in terms of reviews and content. I doubt it will change much as I have a wealth of travel still remaining. This post will be small but the … Continue reading

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2006 Frog’s Leap Chardonnay

This is actually going to be a double review. One will be for the Frog’s Leap as the title of this blog suggests, the other will be a brief one for a 2005 Charles Krug Pinot Noir. I was kindly … Continue reading

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2006 Flat Rock Cellars Chardonnay

A belated Happy Valentine’s Day to all our readers. I recently said during my Cockfighter’s Ghost review that I could recommend 3 to 4 Niagara based Chardonnays that were better then the Pooles Rock wine I thought I’d try and … Continue reading

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Blue Cheese Risotto Recipe

Here is a nice risotto recipe that pairs well with burgundy style red or a nice dry chardonnay. The key to any risotto is really patience and attention to the moisture levels as you add the stock. Ingredients (will keep … Continue reading

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