Chardonnay has the reputation for being relatively flexible in adapting to different conditions. Given the neutrality of the grape, the wine style typically reflects and takes on the impression of its terroir and winemaker。
While the best Chardonnay are probably grown in Burgundy, France, which exhibit great minerality and complexity, Chardonnay in the New World tend to be more buttery, oaky and consist of flavors such as vanilla and tropical fruits.
Chardonnay tend to have lower acidity and pair well with lighter dishes such as chicken, pork or pasta in cream sauce.
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