Chardonnay – Other Countries – Italy

Miavini Grillo, Chardonnay

Chardonnay – Other Countries – Italy Chardonnay has a long history in Italy, but for much of it the grape was commonly confused with Pinot Blanc, often with varieties planted in the same vineyard and blended together. This happened despite the fact that Chardonnay grapes turn a more golden yellow color near harvest time and […]

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Chardonnay – Other Countries – Spain

Otoño en el viñedo

Chardonnay – Other Countries – Spain There is a wide selection of Spanish wine regions that produce chardonnay. In an effort to improve the global marketing of wine, some Spanish regions began planting chardonnay and cabernet grapes. However, this decision had an adverse effect, as fans prefer unique and different wines. The regions of Catalonia,

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Chardonnay – France – Champagne


Chardonnay – France – Champagne Chardonnay is one of the three main grape varieties cultivated in the Champagne region of France. It is mainly cultivated in the Aube and Marne regions, together with Chablis, and has been responsible for more than 50% of chardonnay plantations in France throughout the 20th century. The Côte des Blancs

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Chardonnay — Viticultural Practices (2)

Homemade Chardonnay

Chardonnay — Viticultural Practices (2) Chardonnay is a versatile grape that can grow well in various types of soil, but it thrives best on the limestone, calcareous and clay soils that are usually found in its traditional growing regions. For example, the Grand Crus de Chablis vineyards are planted on slopes with Kimeridgian loam, clay

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