The white variety is one of the greats of the world, the noble CĂ©pages . Synonyms are Arboisier, Arnaison Blanc, Arnoison, Aubaine, Auvergnat Blanc, Blanc Auvernas, Auvernat Blanc, Auxerrois Blanc, Blanc Auxois, Bargeois Blanc, Beaunois, Blanc de Champagne, Breisgauer SĂĽĂźling, Chablis, Chardennet, Chardonnay Blanc, Petit Chatey, Chaudenet, ClĂ¤vner, Clevner Weiss, Epinette Blanche, Epinette de Champagne, Ericey Blanc, FĂ©her Burgundi, FĂ©her Chardonnay, fine Burgundy, Gamay Blanc, Yellow Burgundy, Yellow White Burgundy, Gentil Blanc, Grand Bourgogne, Klawner, Klevanjka Biela, Lisant, Luisant, Luizannais, Luizant , Luzannois, MĂ˘connais, Maurillon Blanc, Melon Blanc, Melon d'Arbois, Moreau Blanc, Morillon, Morillon Blanc, Moulon, Noirien Blanc, Obaideh, Chatey Petit, Petit Sainte-Marie, Pino Shardone, Pinot Blanc Ă Cramant, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay Pinot de Bourgogne, Pinot Chardonnay, Plant de Tonnerre, centromeres, Romeret, Rouci Bile, Rousseau, Roussot, Petite Sainte Marie, Sardone, Shardone, White Pinot Grigio, White Silver and White settlers. The variety is quite similar to Pinot Blanc. It has long been debated whether they agree with the Pinot Blanc is used. Recent DNA in Montpellier have now shown that it is a cross between a Pinotsorte (Blanc, Gris and Noir) and Gouais Blanc (White Heunisch) and thus actually one of the many Pinots is.
There are many, some very different game modes, officially recognized in France are more than 30 clones. A rare mutation with bright red berries and a variety is Chardonnay RosĂ© is called Blanc Chardonnay musque. The origin of the name is not clear which is located in Burgundy MĂ˘connais Chardonnay Place grounds to suspect that the grapes come from here. Previously been suggested as the origin, the Middle East, Lebanon For example, it is under the name Obaideh been cultivated for a long time. The Roman Catholic Order of Benedictine and Cistercian have provided in any case for the spread of species across Europe. The Austrian wine-growing region in Styria cultured Morillon Although also a cross between a seedling with a burgundy (still) unknown partner, but a separate species. These are often but at the Styrian incorrectly named as Morillon varieties for real Chardonnay (Morillon, a much older name). Since the variety Auxerrois has the same parentage as the Chardonnay, the two species are often confused with each other and in France, often grown together in the vineyard. The Chardonnay is also a popular cultivar. He was a partner at the intersection, for example, new varieties Chardonel , Charmont , Chasan , Christina , Doral , Heranecot , Korai GyĂ¶ngy , Liliorila , Perdea , Perraton , Ravat Blanc , Sila , Sukholimanskii and Tissier Ravat .
Three-quarters of French Chardonnay stocks are in the wine-growing regions Champagne and Burgundy . All great Burgundy white wines are produced from this noble grape variety, for example in the world-famous appellations Chablis , Aloxe-Corton , Meursault and Montrachet . Likewise, all as' Blanc de Blancs "Champagne produced from Chardonnay wines produced in the Champagne cuvĂ©es, this is the most important grape variety in addition to the red varieties Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir) and Pinot Meunier (MĂĽllerrebe). Once a year under the name Chardonnay du Monde performed in a special wine ChaintrĂ© competition for Chardonnay wines. The Chardonnay is grown in almost all European countries, Australia, New Zealand, South America and North America. Overall, it occupies about 180,000 hectares. In Germany it has been approved only in 1991, in the year 2009, the existing 1228 hectares. In Austria, Chardonnay and Morillon is identified and recorded together. In the survey 2009 1.431 hectares have been identified. Even under different climatic conditions, the plant is profitable, the only drawback is the early sprouting. She is also particularly good for a Barrique . The single variety wines are rather non-storable. Case of blends of very special Chardonnaycharakter is preserved. In recent years, a popular variety of partners SĂ©millon has become naturalized in what the term "Semchard".