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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