It prefers warm-temperate climates, hilly terrain, clay and limestone, ventilated and cool place. It is sensitive to spring frosts. It has an incredible variety of aromatic components emerging in different ways depending on the soil and climate where it is grown. Even with relatively high yields, it is able to produce good quality wines.In Italy the Chardonnay grape is coltivated in almost all regions, but especially in Sicily, where he found a direct antagonist: Catarratto, and in Trentino South-Tyrol. The color of the wine is pale yellow , the characteristic fragrance is delicate and fruity (tropical fruits, pineapple in particular), and the taste is elegant and harmonious.
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