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William Hill

One of the reasons why chardonnay remains the country’s top-selling wine variety — with 20 percent of the market — is because of its versatility.

Do you want a full bodied oaky and buttery wine that is aged on the lees or do you prefer a light and crisp quaff? Chardonnay is like a blank canvas waiting to be turned into a winemaker masterpiece.

This wine uses grapes from across the Napa Valley and creates a chardonnay with some depth accentuated by orchard fruit and citrus flavors. It’s a middle-of-the-road when it comes to chardonnay profiles and that’s OK.

Sherry: “Medium-bodied with citrus flavors of lime and lemon and oaky finish. “(3 stars out of 5)

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Chris: “A bouquet of pineapple with flavors peach, lemon and other citrus notes.” (3.25 stars out of 5)

Available from $19 to $22.

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