Chardonnay is a white grape variety that is planted in France, Germany, Chile, Australia, and beyond. It has an almost preternatural ability to both express the land in which it's grown and showcase the style of the winemaker. Because of that, Chardonnay can be a bit of a chameleon, covering the full spectrum from crisp and refreshing to velvety and generous. It's even one of the main grape varieties responsible for Champagne. No matter where your tastes fall, there is a Chardonnay that will likely fit the bill.