Niagara Wineries: Niagara Leads Charge on Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration

Chardonnay wine is coming back full steam ahead and Canada’s Niagara region is helping lead the charge. Several consumers started to lose interest in the varietal because of an oaky taste, but regions like Niagara are adapting with more food-friendly and fresh versions. Aside from making some of the most sought-after Chardonnay, the region hosts the annual Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration. The celebration draws Chardonnay winemakers from across the globe and also those who come just to taste.

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