Three Ways To Chardonnay
Think you know your Chardonnays pretty well? Think again. From lean and sparkling to rich, creamy white wines aged in oak, there isn’t just one style for one of the world’s most versatile wine grapes. Yes, Chardonnay is French by origin but very international in every sense. This white wine grape thrived in the French region of Burgundy, turning out wines of great balance and the rare capacity to barrel age beautifully.
Not one to rest on its laurels, Chardonnay conquered vineyards across Europe and the New World with its special ability to adapt to almost any terroir, crafting a number of different styles ranging from bone dry to vigorously fruity to oak matured opulence. There are so many good ways to Chardonnay so we’re leading you through at least three of Wine Park’s finest, plucked from the treasured cellars of Burgundian great, Christian Moreau, acclaimed South African family estate Thelema and organic New Zealand vintners Dog Point.