Top 10 wines in the US press

S. Irene Virbila recommends a “beauty” of a Chardonnay that is “elegant and food-friendly”, while Paul Gregutt picks out a “honey-drenched ice wine”.

US PressWriting in the LA Times Virbila said of her pick: “Score one for California Chardonnay.” She added that the wine “combines the juice from five vineyard sites in the Santa Rita Hills, each one contributing a different expression of Chardonnay to the blend. The result is an elegant, food-friendly Chardonnay with aromas of melon and orange blossom”.

Gregutt’s choice for his readers in the Seattle Times was for one those who are “hankering for something sweetly decadent”.

Read through the following pages to find out more about these and other wines recommended in the US press over the last week.

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