It’s hard not to find a chardonnay producer anywhere in the world. The grape produces some of the world’s best white wines. 

Chardonnay can be made without oak and bright and racy. Or, it can undergo malolactic fermentation, and be oaked and aged, giving it a rich and buttery texture. 

Chardonnay is popular in champagne, Burgundy, California, and many other parts of the world. It prefers cooler climates.