Chardonnay is the most popular white wine on earth and, more recently, it has also become the most divisive. Travel to any wine region in the world, and you’ll find at least one vineyard growing Chardonnay.
Villa Maria was set up in 1961 by George Fistonich at only 21 years old. A flexible grape that expresses mind blowing regional variety. Chardonnay is known as the chameleon of the wine world. It’s a wine that can be simple or regal, aged for many years or consumed immediately
- New Zealand
- Established in 1961 by Geoge Fistnich
- Flexible Grape Flavor
- Chardonnay Known as chameleon of wine world
- Most popular white wine