We've gone back and forth on Vinesse over the years, but we recently received several shipments from them, and they've really stepped up their game. If you're interested in more than just California Chardonnay and you don't want to spend a ton of money on it, we really recommend this Chardonnay wine club. Plus, you get Vinesse's rock solid satisfaction guarantee for every bottle, taking all of the risk out of joining a wine club.
By focusing on Chardonnays that come from some of the world's cheaper wine regions, you get to enjoy all that Chardonnay has to offer and save a few bucks while you're at it
We'd always like to know which wines have been in recent shipments. Their transparency could be better.
Did you know that Chardonnay is the most planted grape in California? And did you know that Chardonnay is also known as White Burgundy? Well, now you do. And trivia time is over... on to information about this Chardonnay wine club!
There are so many expressions of Chardonnay—the latest trend is toward a bright and light unoaked (or sometimes called naked) winemaking style. Chardonnay is also a grape that shows its terroir well... when not bombarded with oak and butter (no, they don't put butter in the wine to get it to taste like that). It takes a wine club like this one to get to know them all... or a wine trip around the world, but we're pretty sure this wine club is cheaper.
The best way to discover them all? Join a Chardonnay wine club, of course! And we highly recommend starting with this Chardonnay Wine Club from Vinesse. The prices are great, the wines are solid, and this is a really great value. We always love the Chardonnays included in The World of Wine, so we expect great things from this club.
Selectively-chosen from our myriad of domestic and international contacts, the Chardonnay Wine Club features the best within this wildly-popular varietal. You’ll experience exceptional Chardonnays from famed regions like France's Burgundy region and California's Napa Valley and Russian River Valley as well as rich, fruit-forward jewels created in small batches by talented winemasters in up-and-coming regions such as Australia's Hunter Valley, New Zealand, Italy, South Africa, Argentina and Chile.
In addition, you’ll receive wine tasting notes on each selection within your shipment. These individualized notes provide insights into the subtle variations of each wine—including what recipes pair well, detailed wine information, wine country touring tips, and additional hints to help you enjoy your wine to the fullest.
Last Updated: 3/20/2013