If you like Chardonnay (premium) from Australia, why not try these?
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Food matches for Chardonnay (premium) from Australia:
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At a glance:
Due to its success in Burgundy, Chardonnay has become one of the most widely planted grapes in the world, making styles from dry and crisp to rich and oaky. It is responsible for the world's most expensive dry white, Burgundy's Le Montrachet.
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Barbequed and flavoursome fish and white meats.
Serve slightly chilled. 9ºC/48ºF