Wendy Appelbaum’s De Morgenzon makes the best chardonnay in the world, according to the 240 expert judges at the UK’s 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to Appelbaum about the accolade (and how playing baroque music may have helped De Morgenzon win).
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I am absolutely thrilled!— Wendy Appelbaum
There’s no doubt in my mind that playing baroque music to the vines has an extraordinary effect on some of the wines.— Wendy Appelbaum
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