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2002 Adelsheim Chardonnay Willamette Valley

Vintage: 2002
Producer: Adelsheim - Web Site - Search for Adelsheim
Varietal: Chardonnay
Country: USA
Region: Oregon
Sub-Region: Willamette Valley
Type: White Wine
Other Vintages: 1987 2000 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
UWID: 6a07f565-2034-102c-81b4-bbd8079af1e7

About Adelsheim

Established in 1971, our family-owned and operated winery and estate vineyards are located on the Chehalem Mountains in Oregon's northern Willamette Valley. Company co-founder, David Adelsheim leads a current generation of passionate staff devoted to producing and selling wines of ever-higher quality with each growing season. We use sustainable farming practices and take great care to bring out the best in each of our unique vineyard sites. In the winery, we combine traditional and modern techniques, crafting wines in a style that centers on elegance, complexity, and richness in flavor and texture.

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It is the primary white wine of Burgundy. One of the more popular wines in America. This is the grape likely responsible for opening America's eyes to the possibility of a wine other than "Chablis" or "Burgundy." Other than its home in Burgundy, the best Chards come from Washington State, Niagara Ontario and the cooler regions of California. You can find it un-oaked, allowing the native characteristics of the grape to shine, or aged in French oak barrels or American oak. French oak imparts a milder flavor than American. Watch for distinct aromas and flavors of butter in most Chardonnays.