Wines from Washington state and South Africa top this list of well-priced whites
Posted: May 24, 2002
Though its home ground is in France's Burgundy region, Chardonnay is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world, grown in virtually every wine-producing area. This week's "Smart Buys" highlights high-quality versions of this white wine from Washington, South Africa, New Zealand, California, Oregon and Italy.
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