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Chardonnay

Chardonnay grapes are grown wherever wine is produced and are used to make white wine, though Chardonnay grapes are also used to make sparkling wines. Chardonnay has a reputation as being not only easy to cultivate, but also for its ability to adapt to and even thrive in different conditions, including chalk, clay, and limestone soils. Because it is considered malleable during the winemaking process, there is no one distinct taste or aroma to Chardonnay. A cool climate will produce Chardonnay grapes with a flavor that is very different from grapes grown in a warmer climate. Chardonnay flavors can include green apple, or caramel, cream, smoke, spice, coconut, cinnamon, cloves and vanilla, but can also offer flavors like mango and pineapple. Because of its diverse flavors, Chardonnay can be paired well with many versatile foods, including poultry, seafood, Asian cuisine, or aged cheeses and certain dips.

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