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  • Linda Murphy
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  • Linda Murphy
24 Dec 2007

After several years of too much oak, overt buttery character and weak acidity – downright flabby wines - California Chardonnay seems to be sorting itself out. Current releases generally show more pure fruit and acidity, less charry toast, and better balance, particularly at the…