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Magazine Archives: July 31, 2001

New World Chardonnay

Issue: July 31, 2001


July 31, 2001 New World Chardonnay Born in Burgundy, Chardonnay finds new life in the New World. Harvey Steiman charts Australia's rise, James Laube surveys california's success California a coat of many colors By James Laube Chardonnay is now the most widely planted grape in California, but it has a relatively short history in the state.

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