Good Inexpensive Burgundy Chardonnay
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A list of wines you should be drinking separated by price point. This list will include the deliciously cheap, bottles that are just expensive enough to bring to a party and not be embarrassed…and the sublime jewels that you just need to splurge on.

Just around $10 (deliciously cheap)

Wolfberger Cremant d’Alsace Brut, France

Champagne alternative from Alsace

Bone dry like a good Alsatian should be. A great alternative to more expensive bubbles

This little wine was a ridiculously pleasant surprise and reminds me of why I rarely indulge in actual Champagne. The nose was super expressive. It had notes of peach and apricot, was bone dry, and great sparkle.

Price: $9
Region: France, Alsace, Cremant d’Alsace
Grape Varietal:  Pinot Blanc

Wolfberger is a union of producers located in Eguisheim, south of Colmar. The city was also the home of Pope Leo IX, the Reformer (Pope from 1048 – 1054 A.D.). The winery was founded in 1902 when a group of wine-growers in Eguisheim decided to join forces to create one of the first cooperatives in Alsace. The cave counts 453 members today. Wolfberger combines tradition and constant innovation to elaborate high quality wines and preserve their typicity.

Between $10 & 20

Frederic Magnien Chardonnay Bourgogne 2010

Good Inexpensive Burgundy Chardonnay

The Frederic Magnien Chardonnay 2010 is a very good value from Bourgogne

Very good value for a Burgundy Chardonnay. Varietally correct Chardy on the nose. Lots of citrus and flavors of orange peel on the tongue.

Price: $14
Region: France, Burgundy
Grape Varietal:  Chardonnay

 

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Antonio Evans
Antonio Evans is a Partner at Binary Bits, the parent company of FriendsEAT.com. He currently is CEO of Socialdraft, a powerful reputation management tool for local businesses.
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