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Is Chardonnay waning?
18 Mar 2004 by JR
Michael D Walkden, UK: Has the bubble burst for Chardonnay, or is it being repackaged so as to hide its identity? If so, what is taking its crown, and are areas such as Champagne and Burgundy diminishing in terms of Chardonnay plantings? me: I don't think Chardonnay is falling rapidly in popularity but its hegemony is over. It no longer dominates wine lists to the exclusion of all else. The great mass of wine...

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