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Frank Morgan Sep 27
Are the co-op Chardonnay wines for sale? If so, $ and how would one buy these wines?
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New Jersey Wines Sep 27
So true. There are great wineries throughout NJ
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juniuslindsay May 20
Thanks so much, Frank. Looking forward to seeing you here in NC!
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The Fermented Fruit Jun 24
Want to thank our hosts for a great chat, and for turning me on cider!
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TheGrapesUnwrapped Sep 27
For you VA folks, I liken these winemakers to Jim Linden. They aren't overmaking the chards, but making wines appropriate to what their land and summer allows them to.
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Jill Whitaker May 20
Having fun here with some great roses
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Matthew F Jun 24
Replying to @MuseVineyards
That's very brave of you! But it obviously worked out great
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Virginia Wine Time Sep 27
Surprised by all the slightly different chardonnays in tonight’s lineup. Couldn’t pick a favorite but loved elements in each one.
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Muse Vineyards Jun 24
Signing off, Thank you
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Frank Morgan Sep 27
Whoa. That's high praise! Thanks!
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TheGrapesUnwrapped Sep 27
We also opened a well regarded Sonoma Coast chard to taste alongside, and thought all 4 Open Source chards slotted in nicely.
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Wannabe Wino Sep 27
Are the source vineyards for the wines all close to each other?
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Isaac James Baker Sep 27
Loving that chalkiness in so many of these wines tonight
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The Fermented Fruit Jun 24
We're glad you've gotten your act together. It shows in the glass ;)
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Wannabe Wino Sep 27
I like that they are all so well put together - no flabby chards here.
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Working Dog Winery Sep 27
As a co-op group we continually encourage farmers to plant vinifera throughout New Jersey. We believe transitioning to high value crops, like grapes, is a financial win for everyone involved.
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Kathy Wiedemann Sep 27
Nothing was better in summer than New Jersey tomatoes and corn. Amazing farmlands now including vineyards.
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Kirsten Georgi Sep 27
Have been so very pleasantly surprised by the "goodness" of these New Jersey Chardonnays!
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Herman Hesse May 20
He appointed his rescue would not know how I took my aunt.
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John Wright Jun 24
Awesome - I’ll save you a bottle, in 2025. When it’s ready lol.
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