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The Chardonnay Grape

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As the world’s most planted and versatile varietal, Chardonnay needs no introduction. Nor does one need a particular reason to indulge in a glass or two. Chardonnay and Terroir The popularity of Chardonnay can be attributed to its “blank slate” nature, its ability to adapt easily to the terroir in which it is grown. Although the varietal itself is relatively ... Read More »

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Failla Wines

Failla Vineyard in the fog

History To understand the style of wines Failla Vineyards crafts, you must know the story of their winemaker and owner, Ehren Jordan. His started at a wine shop in Washington DC, working part time at Bell’s Wine Shop following a gig as a sommelier at a local restaurant in Aspen, Colorado. With his sights set to California, Ehren lands a ... Read More »