About Chardonnay grapes

The world’s most planted white grape and rightly so! There are 491,000 acres of this wonderous grape on the planet and it comes in a multitude of styles. Flavours can range from starfruit and pineapple to hazelnut and quince.

Regions you can find Chardonnay grapes
  • Burgundy
  • Australia
  • Wiston Estate
  • New Zealand
  • California
  • Chablis
  • Italy
  • South Africa

Where does Chardonnay come from?

A key component of Champagne and English Sparkling Wine, Chardonnay’s home is the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy. While it has been unfashionable in the past, there is a style of Chardonnay to suit everyone.

Taste profile

Head to our near neighbours, Wiston Estate, and taste their incredible English Sparkling Wine or head to Chablis, Burgundy’s outpost, and pick up some Chablis that’s full of zesty flavours and minerality.

If you’d rather have something oaky and creamy then try Burgundy’s Cote de Beaune or Australia’s Margaret River.

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