The world's favorite white wine is made in a diverse range of styles in California, Chile, Washington and New Zealand.
Posted: March 15, 2002
Chardonnay is an adaptable grape, grown the world over, and shaped by a wide variety of winemaking techniques. The results are wines that range from simple, fruity-tasting bottlings that cost less than $10 to complex, age-worthy versions from top producers in Burgundy, California and elsewhere that can top $100.
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