Over the last 30 years, plantings of Chardonnay in Australia have skyrocketed, leading to a large number of value-oriented wines. Most of these forego the complex structure of Chardonnay's benchmark, white Burgundy, and instead offer a quaffable wine, focusing on white- and tropical-fruit flavors backed by citrus acidity.
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