Naked Wines unboxed review

The Naked Wines experience

$35 for 6 bottles of California wine shipped free to my door. No secret handshake. Is there a catch? And are the wines any good?
Wente Vineyards: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir wine reviews

Trio of Wente wines offer superb quality for the price — plus a widely available Chardonnay

Here's a trio of wines that should be on your spring and summer shopping lists.Wente Vineyards has released three new wines that taste delicious, yet don't break the bank:2015 Wente Vineyards Riva Ranch Single Vineyard Chardonnay ($22) 2014 Wente Vineyards Riva Ranch Single Vineyard Pinot Noir ($30) 2014...
Harken Chardonnay Wine Review

Wine Review: Harken brings back classic, rich Chardonnay

"At some point, someone decided that those great toasty notes and buttery finish went out of style. We think that's crazy. So we brought it back."That from the people behind this '15 Harken Chardonnay. A wine that's here to tell us that's what old is new again. Skinny jeans....
Global Wine Company Review

The Ultimate Wine Gift: Entertainer’s Collection

Supercharge your next dinner party with this global collection of inspired wines.

Chateau Montelena Riesling: Reason to celebrate

Stark Insider Wine Review: 2014 Chateau Montelena Riesling (Potter Valley)Ever go to a dinner party of special event and be greeted first thing with an inviting glass of sparkling wine or Chardonnay?It's a great way to welcome guests. Another idea: try a nice bottle of Riesling to get your...
Best California Value Chardonnay Wines

Wine Buys: 5 Recommended California Chardonnays

Looking for some quick wine recommendations?We've rounded up 5 of our favorite Chardonnays from California, including ones from Sonoma, Mendocino, and the Central Coast.None of these will break the bank. Most are available at local retailers including Safeway, Costco, Bevmo, Trader Joe's and Whole Foods.In a sea of crowded...

California Wine: 3 tasty Chardonnays that won’t break the bank

This week in wine, 3 recommended Chardonnays from California. Matchbook from Dunnigan Hills. Simi from Sonoma County. And Bonterra from Mendocino.

Wine of the Week: Grgich Hills Estate Chardonnay, Napa Valley

I've been tasting his Chards for almost a decade now, and find the 2011 among the best.

Pomino Chardonnay Wine – A balanced winner

This Chardonnay from Italy is what I'd call a clean, slightly acidic wine, with a smooth, mineral-centric finish. In other words: modern.

Wine Review: Chateau Montelena 2011 Chardonnay a classically styled, Napa beauty

Here is a wine with pedigree to spare. Chardonnay from this winery put the world on notice in 1976. As most know, it was then, at the now famous Judgment of Paris, that the upstart Californians took down the French.