chardonnay grape

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Noun1.chardonnay grape - white wine grape
Pinot Chardonnay, Chardonnay - dry white table wine resembling Chablis but made from Chardonnay grapes
common grape vine, vinifera, vinifera grape, Vitis vinifera - common European grape cultivated in many varieties; chief source of Old World wine and table grapes
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The estate also later bought a large mansion previously owned by Theobald I of Navarre, who reportedly was the man who brought the first Chardonnay grape to France from Cyprus, upon his return from a crusade in the Middle Ages.
For instance, the two scenarios on page 37 show a basic calculation for 1 acre of Sonoma County Chardonnay grape sales compared to bulk wine sales for the same site.
A second study found adding a small amount of Chardonnay grape seed pomace to coffee may increase antioxidants without changing the appearance, taste or aroma, the Institute of Food Technologists reported Wednesday.
The investigators are adding Chardonnay grape seed flour to rations fed to laboratory mice to determine if this changes the types and amounts of bacteria dwelling in their gut.
Using a leading-edge technology, Yokoyama's team is determining whether adding Chardonnay grape seed flour to rations fed to laboratory mice changes the kinds and amounts of bacteria dwelling in the animals' gut.
Codorniu's blanc de blancs incorporated the chardonnay grape into its blend, in addition to the traditional cava grapes of Parellada, Xarel-lo, and Macabeo.
The total share of Chardonnay grape production among white grapes grew from 14% in 1976 to 65% in 2006.
This wine is made exclusively from the Chardonnay grape grown in the outskirts of the Chablis region.
All are from Burgundy, and all are made from the Chardonnay grape. From the steely austerity of Chablis to the buttery, tropical fruit flavors of Australian Chardonnay, this varietal has become in a relatively brief period the most recognizable wine in the world.
Blanc de Blancs is made entirely of the white Chardonnay grape. A rose is rich and fruity and especially good with veal and chicken and other fowl dishes.
French Chardonnay gets it's name from a village in the region of Burgundy, France where the grape grows, and California Chardonnays are made from the Chardonnay grape. However, there are specific qualities attributed to each.
Lighter dishes such as white meat or fish are complemented by more subtle wines, for example the Chardonnay grape. Some reds can also go with lighter dishes, try a New Zealand Pinot Noir with a white fish such as turbot.