Oregon Chardonnay offers diverse expressions and none quite like the DANCIN label from Southern Oregon’s Medford region. A subversive Chardonnay that drinks more like an old-world Chablis, this is a quiet wine, one that does not announce itself with boisterous oak, ML or anything other than an alluring nod, a wine so bright, clean and fresh it belies the stereotype of Chardonnay altogether. According to Michael Cervin, "This is the antithesis of the Chardonnay butter bomb, and a reminder of how good and delicate Chardonnay can be, and how Oregon continues to express itself with wines that find their own sense of place."
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