With over 100,000 acres in production, Chardonnay claims more acreage than any other wine grape in California, and reigns supreme as the most popular wine consumed in the US (that's including reds and whites).
Chardonnay can trace its humble origins to Burgundy. Today it is the most widely planted white wine grape in the world. Why?Learn more about Californian Chardonnay.
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