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In todays episode, Shelley and Phil turn to an old friend, #Chardonnay. In a continued series of Old World vs New World, they taste and compare an Old World Chardonnay and New World Chardonnay. Both are quality Chardonnay’s that you can pick up in Coeur D’alene. Are they different? You bet! Grab a bottle of each and taste along with them! #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing #EasterEgg
Wines tasted this episode:
- 2019 Les Allées Du Vignoble Petit Chablis ($29 from Terroir Fine Wine)
- 2020 Daou Reserve Chardonnay ($35 from Studio 107)
For more information on the Daou Reserve Chardonnay, please visit https://daouvineyards.com/wines/2020-daou-reserve-chardonnay
Thanks to our sponsors: Studio 107 and Cuvée Collective
Studio 107 At Studio 107, in the heart of downtown Coeur D’alene, Idaho, we believe that small towns deserve great wines, too! Come join us in our wine bar and gallery for an afternoon or evening escape. For more information, please visit https://studio107cda.com
Cuvée Collective: Cuvée Collective is the first members only wine NFT club. Your membership gives you access to exclusive benefits and experiences within the world of wine. For more information, visit https://www.cuveecollective.com
And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music, which is ANYthing but average. Please visit https://todhornby.com or contact him at
The Elsom Cellars Wine Word of the Week - Alcohol By Volume
A measure of the alcohol levels in an alcoholic beverage, often truncated to ABV. The average glass of wine contains about 11-13% alcohol, but bottles can range from 5.5-20% ABV.
For more information on Elsom Cellars, an Urban Winery, please visit https://www.elsomcellars.com
Mentions: Dorothy “Dottie” Gaiter and John Brecher, Gary Vaynerchuck, Grocery Outlet, Dry Farm Wines, Claudia Krusch
Wines we enjoyed this week: Goosecross Sauvignon Blanc, Greenwing Cabernet Sauvignon, Michael David Winery Petite Petit, Chateau Ste. Michelle Rosé.
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