|Statement||Laura Holmes Haddad.|
|LC Classifications||TP548 .H222 2008|
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Anything but Chardonnay (ABC) is a term used to describe a movement away from the popularity of wines made from the Chardonnay grape to showcase lesser known varietals made from other white grapes. Vineyards can use the term as a marketing gimmick to sell gift collections of their other white wines. It is also a popular wine-tasting party theme. “Then it became ‘anything but chardonnay’ because like many things in wine, it became popular, then over-produced and then badly done, so it fell out . A Chardonnay that is raised in the comparatively cold climate in Burgundy will have totally different character compared with Chardonnay from the sunny and New North Wales. ABC is a term, used to describe a movement that is different from the popularity of the Chardonnay wines in order to increase the interest of the consumer for other white wines. Anything but Chardonnay? Editors note: this article was published a couple of years ago, so the wine reccomendations here are now a bit out of date, but I've left it up for archival purposes. Wander into a trendy London wine bar or bistro, and you'll hear young sophisticates order not a glass of white wine, but 'a glass of Chardonnay'.
The lyrical and charming verse in You Can Be Anything! encourages young readers to believe in themselves and their dreams. With its heart-warming text and spirited illustrations, it's the perfect picture book to inspire children over and over again. The “ABC” movement — Anything But Chardonnay — began benignly several years ago in an effort to build consumer awareness about other . Book Review: 'Anything Is Possible,' By Elizabeth Strout Elizabeth Strout's new novel-in-stories is a welcome salve for troubled times. A companion volume to last year's My Name is Lucy Barton. Chardonnay was widely available, easy to say and easy to drink for a lot of people who were new to wine in the s and s. All of this made the .
Chardonnay (UK: / ˈ ʃ ɑːr d ə n eɪ /, US: / ˌ ʃ ɑːr d ən ˈ eɪ /, French: [ʃaʁdɔnɛ] ()) is a green-skinned grape variety used in the production of white variety originated in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France, but is now grown wherever wine is produced, from England to New new and developing wine regions, growing Chardonnay is seen as a ‘rite of Also called: Aubaine, Beaunois, Gamay blanc, Melon . Get this from a library! Anything but chardonnay: a guide to the other grapes. [Laura Holmes Haddad] -- " Wine and food journalist Laura Holmes Haddad guides your exploration of scores of other well-known and not-so-well-known varieties of wine grapes: albariño and falanghina, riesling and. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Have you ever wondered what white wines are available other than Chardonnay? Chardonnay is so popular its hard to find other white wines out there. Join us in a journey as we taste these delicious alternatives to Chardonnay from all over the world.??Have you ever wondered what white wines are available other than Chardonnay? Chardonnay is so popular its hard to find other white wines out there.