Chardonnays are a model varietal to top the list of white wine types. Native to the legendary Burgundy regions of France, this green-hued grape grows universally today but thrives in colder climates such as the Pacific Northwest, New Zealand and South Africa. Some of today’s most popular chardonnays are cultivated in Napa and Sonoma Valley, readily accessible for passionate and novice white-wine drinkers alike.

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