The Burgundian Model
When it comes to California Chardonnays, the vineyard can make all the difference
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The Best Places to Gamble, Sep/Oct 02
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But if Peter Michael's Belle Côte or Point Rouge ever came out tasting like an over-oaked California Chardonnay, no explanation would mollify Sir Peter. He's looking for Burgundy in the Sonoma hillsides, nothing less. Meyer, his eyes wide at the thought of such heresy, says, "Oh, he would have a fit."
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