Italian Chardonnay is rather difficult to find in New Hampshire, but my quest is before me, and I hope to bring some tasting notes to light. You may remember that Chardonnay is not a white wine that I'm particularly fond of (blaspheme), and it appears that the writer for Wine90 (no fan of white wine), was won-over to Italian Chardonnay.
In fact, the Antinori Umbria Cervaro della Sala 2005 Italian Chardonnay is one of the best Chardonnay wines I've tasted from anywhere, and with a rating of 92+ points is an encouragement to my enjoyment of Chardonnay wines in general. So, I'll press on with my exploration of Italian Chardonnay, and if this is of interest to you, the list below chronicles the results.
Anterra I.G.T. Sicilian 2011 Chardonnay $6.79-$13.99, 89 points (Italian)
Antinori Umbria Cervaro della Sala 2005 Chardonnay, $33.99-$39.99, 92+ points
Armando Piazzo Piemonte 2013 Chardonnay, $12.00, 90 points
Cabreo IGT (La Pietra) Toscana 2010 Chardonnay, $34,42-$44.99, 89 points
Casina Cucco 2009 Chardonnay, $27.00-$24.00, 87 points
De Gregorio Rahana 2014 Sicilia Chardonnay (DOC), $7.29-$11.99, 85 points
Federico Ferrero Volpini Langhe (Piedmont, Italy) 2013 Chardonnay
Marchesi de' Frescobaldi - Castello di Pomino 2012 Chardonnay, $16.99-$19.99, 90 points
Planeta 2014 Chardonnay (Sicilia, Italy), $22.94-$26.99, 90 points
Rahana 2014 Sicilia Chardonnay (DOC), $7.29-$11.99, 85 points
Scagliola 'Casot dan Vian' Piemonte (Italy) Chardonnay, $15.29-$16.99, 88 points
Tormaresca Puglia 2008 Chardonnay, $10.99-$13.99, 86 points
Vierti Giovanni Piemonte 2010 Chardonnay, $14.53-$18.99, 91 points
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