Category Archives: Chardonnay

Joseph Phelps: Sheeeep!!!

Driving into Joseph Phelps makes you feel like you’re entering some exotic New Zealand winery. (At least this is what I imagine a NZ winery to be like.) You’ve got the rolling green hills, the windy road through the vineyards … Continue reading

Chardonnay, Napa Valley, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc

Martinelli Winery: Where Wine Flows like Cider

Every year, Sonoma hosts a big barrel tasting event for a weekend or two in March. You can taste wine right out of the barrel and potentially buy wine futures. Sounds interesting. Also sounds like something that draws a lot … Continue reading

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sonoma Valley, Zinfandel

Allez Le Blancs! French Whites for Spring

What better way to celebrate the coming spring than with some whites wines from France — putting our favorite French white to the test. Up until a few years ago, Linda and I knew nothing about French wine, red or … Continue reading

Blind Tastings, Chardonnay, France, Sauvignon Blanc, White Wine