Today we'll be reviewing Chaucer's Cellars traditional mead, one of the 1/2 dozen of varieties they make at their locations in California's central coast.
As one more established meaderies in the United States, Chaucer's has been producing honey-wine since the mid 1960's. Chances are, if there's any mead at your local winery, you'll see Chaucer's there.
In this week's review, rather than taking Chaucer's recommendation to spice / mull the mead, we reviewed the mead chilled.
Cause that's the way we like it dammit!, and we don't want to cover up the taste will clove, cinnamon, etc.
So without further ado, here's our review on Chaucer's traditional mead....