Like Chardonnay? Then Try These Alternatives! – Crush On This Episode 109

One of the world’s most popular wines, Chardonnay, is a blank canvas for winemakers to work with. The varied winemaking choices result in mineral-driven, crisp, lean wines to full bodied, voluptuous and complex. 

Flavors of Chardonnay run the spectrum – bright citrus notes to buttered popcorn.

If you enjoy Chardonnay, try looking for other grape varieties that tick the box on the flavor profile you prefer. Check out this episode of Crush On This as we share alternatives to Chardonnay. 

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Featured Alternatives to Chardonnay:

Allison’s Wine: Quinta da Roques Encruzado 2018, Dao, Portugal ($19 USD)

Cindy’s Wine: Villa Matilde Falerno del Massico 2020, Campagna, Italy ($28 USD)

Christine’s Wine: Tinhorn Creek Roussanne 2020 Okanagan Valley, B.C. VQA ($35 CAD)