A funny story about a great Chardonnay
Here's one of the funniest back stories I've ever heard about a wine. But please, nobody show this to Robert Brittan's daughters.
Brittan left his job as winemaker at Stags' Leap Winery after 16 years to move to Oregon to make cool-climate wine. "One of the reasons I moved from Napa was to make Chardonnay," Brittan says. "But I wasn't going to make it under my own label until I had planted my own grapes and harvested them."
Brittan says, "I feel very strongly that the best New World Chardonnays are going to come out of ...