Chardonnay, king of the white wines, is bold, complex, and anything but ordinary. The chardonnay grape is very malleable, which results in regional wine styles. Chardonnay is commonly known for its flavors of apple, melon, pear, lemon, and grapefruit. It offers notes of honey and butter, and is often oak-aged. Because of its diversity, chardonnay pairs gracefully with many foods, including poultry, seafood, vegetables, soups, and smoked meats
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