This month I thought I would talk about Chenin Blanc. Somewhat overlooked, this grape variety makes a plethora of wine styles, not too dissimilar to Chardonnay in that matter .
Last time I talked about Old World Syrah/Shiraz, and now we’ll look at the brave New World… .
I thought that this time around I would have a look at the mysterious Syrah, or Shiraz, grape.
Following on from my previous two articles, this final one on Chardonnay will cover the spiritual home of the grape – Burgundy .
Following on from my last column, this time I’ll recommend some different styles of Chardonnay at various price points that will sit comfortably on most lists .
This time we are going to look at the Chardonnay grape variety, which might very well take two or more columns to attempt to cover, mainly because Chardonnay can be made into nearly every white wine style there is
In the coming months, I will concentrate on a single grape variety each month and give examples of different styles – and this month it’s that old favourite, Sauvignon Blanc
Following my introductory column last month, I thought I would start by talking a little about grape varieties in general, with an emphasis on how to build them into a wine list.
Luke Richardson will be sharing his thoughts on all things wine-related and answering your questions about wine
Welcome to my new wine column!