While Chardonnay remains the most popular and most widely planted white grape in California, other white varieties—bottled as varietal wines or blends—are gaining ground in the Golden State. These exciting bottlings span a wide range of styles and flavors. (Our Napa office reviewed more than 500 aromatic whites in the past year; read the tasting report in the Aug. 31, 2013, issue.)
What do you think is the most exciting "aromatic white" variety grown in California today?
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