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Beloved by wine lovers and by grape growers, Chardonnay competes fro the title of finest white grapes in the world. Almost anywhere grapes are cultivated and wine is made, there’s a great change you may find some Chardonnay.
Chardonnay is an extremely flexible grape, which provides several fragrance profiles – a reflection of the places where the vines are cultivated and of the winemaker’s talents, who cultivates it from grape vine to bottle.
Chardonnay is a grape variety with green skin, used to make white wine. Considered a variety with neutral fragrance, several fragrances associated with Chardonnay are first derived from the conditions of cultivating the grapes and secondly, from the winemaking conditions. This enables various wine factories to distinctively produce various Chardonnay wines.
Another reasons for which Chardonnay is doing so well is the fact that it is an aggressive plant, which grows rapidly, with large leaves so as to soak up all the energy from the sun. However, the production of big leaves competes with grape production, so that grape growers must be aggressive in arranging the leaves and expand the grape vine so as to produce the best grapes.