Chardonnay is a white grape strain (Vitis vinifera), originally produced in the Burgundy region. Chardonnay originated from the Burgundy vineyard, and more precisely around the village and where the Chardonnay grape cultivation mentioned in the tenth century
When it is aged in biruta acquired taste aromatic qualities that distinguish it and make it very popular among consumers. Only some or other very specific varieties accept their guard, so usually recommended drink of recent production.
It is used to make white wines, and probably the best known grape to produce this type of wine. The wines it produces are golden and somewhat greasy.
Its vinification produces a very important must to make sparkling wines (cava and champagne)