Chardonnay appeals to winemakers and consumers alike because of its versatility, but that means there's a lot of it about. Our tasting team picks five serious Chardonnay wines that won't give your bank manager a headache...
Chardonnay price tags mirror this grape variety’s versatility, but it is possible to get the best of both worlds.
All of which means there’s plenty of wines to de-bunk the claims of anyone clinging to that ‘Anything But Chardonnay‘ mantra.
Read on to see which Chardonnays have impressed us the most over summer 2016.
Top five great value Chardonnay:
Sourced from organic and biodynamic vineyards that, combined with cooling Atlantic breezes and low yields, helps to produce fruit of
Young winemaker Kenny Likitprakong sources organic and sustainably farmed grapes from the Alexander and Sonoma valleys...
This Chardonnay planted on clay and chalky soils at 240-400 metres altitude is made from 35 year old vines...
The Chavy family, located in and around Puligny-Montrachet, used to sell the bulk of their production to negociants until their
A polished Chardonnay from grapes sourced in the cool valley of Leyda. Full-flavoured, with tropical flavours and sweet spice derived