Olivier Leflaive Meursault Charmes 2011
Starts out rich and smooth, with peach, apple, vanilla and …
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Wine Type and Color
Apr 30, 2014
This white grape takes its name from a village in the Mâconnais region of Burgundy in France. It remains widely grown there today, but the variety became so popular in the 1970s that for a time it became nearly synonymous with "white wine" in the U.S. Today, almost every wine-producing region in the world grows Chardonnay.