Chardonnay from France's benchmark region for the grape can still be found at value prices
Posted: February 14, 2003
For Chardonnay traditionalists, there is no greater joy than a bottle of white wine from France's Burgundy region. While bottlings from grands crus such as Bâtard-Montrachet or Corton-Charlemagne can be astronomically priced, appellations in the Mâcon, Chalonnaise and Chablis produce high-quality wines at a fraction of the cost.
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