France is one of the best Chardonnay producing countries in the world, with the Burgundy region as its most important contributor.
White Burgundy Chardonnay is almost universal. Chardonnay grapes love the chalky, limestone-rich soil of Burgundy. That is a major reason why the area produces so many brilliant wines. Burgundy is considered the birthplace of Chardonnay, the basis of the best vineyards producing some of the greatest Chardonnay in the world. Important towns in Burgundy are Chablis, Aloxe-Corton, Meursault, Puligny Montrachet, Chassagne Montrachet and Pouilly-Fuisse. French Chardonnay is made in Alsace, the Loire Valley and southern France.
See my review of some of France’s top rated Chardonnays here under. All wines have been rated, see details of how the rating is done here.
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