Chardonnay is one of the most popular and adaptable grape varieties around; although it has its roots in Burgundy, it’s now grown across the world in many different regions to produce compelling wines in a range of styles.
For this week’s #HandpickedDrinks, we’ve chosen a selection of superb non-Burgundy Chardonnays – from not just five different countries, but five different continents – each rated 95 points or higher by the experts at our sister company IWSC.
From Canada and Chile to Turkey, Australia and even Japan, this selection is the perfect illustration of Chardonnay’s adaptability, with each wine expressing the climate and terroir of its region and the different approaches in the winery.
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