I enjoy a good Chardonnay. Why, you ask? Well, because it tastes good. That’s about as much description I can give. Let’s get a few details about Chardonnay from Google.
For the most part, I enjoy a good Chardonnay. Once in a while, I will encounter one I am not fond of. I have found that some Chardonnays have little flavor, and I shy away from those, and some are a bit too citrusy for me. I will try to understand the difference between the types of Chardonnays to make an educated decision when purchasing one.
Wine Magazine says about Chardonnay
Unoaked Chardonnay, also called a “naked chardonnay,” produces a balanced and typically easily drinkable wine. Total wine describes it as “crisp, floral or fruity with fresh green apple or lemon notes.”
So the big question, at least for me, is how do I determine which chardonnay has less citrus? In the cooler climate, Chardonnays typically have more acidity and citrus flavors than in the warmer climate, which is primarily flavors of yellow peach, papaya, and pineapple and are less acidic.
to read in more detail. I think I will stick with the Chardonnay from Calif for the time being.