Chardonnay Frizz is a wine from Veneto,region of Italy
,Veneto is a wine region in north-eastern Italy, one of a group of three highly productive Italian regions known collectively as the Venezie and the biggest DOC producer of the three. Although the Venezie collectively produce more red wine than white, the Veneto region produces more whites under DOC and is home to the famous Soave wines. In the north, the cooler climates of this area are well-suited to white varieties like Garganega (the main grape for Soave wines) while the warmer Adriatic coastal plains, river valleys, and Garda Lake zone are where the renowned Valpolicella, Amarone and Bardolino DOC reds are produced. In Veneto, two different wine areas are clearly distinguishable: a Eastern part, close to the Venice Lagoon between the hills of Treviso, the plain of Piave river and Adriatic coast, where is produced the famous Prosecco (Glera) and the Western part, closed to Garda Lake and the city of Verona, famous for the wines based on the varieties Corvina, Rondinella, Garganega, Trebbiano of Soave, Oseleta.
The world’s most famous white-wine grape and also one of the most widely planted. Although the most highly regarded expressions of the variety are those from Burgundy and California, many high-quality examples are produced in Italy, Australia, New Zealand and parts of South America. Describing the flavors of Chardonnay is no easy task. Many Chardonnay wines have high aromatic complexity, but this is usually due to winemaking technics (particularly the use of oak) rather than the variety's intrinsic qualities. Malolactic fermentation gives distinctive buttery aromas. Fermentation and/or maturation in oak barrels contributes to notes of vanilla, smoke and hints of sweet spices such as clove and cinnamon Extended lees contact while in barrel imparts biscuity flavors. Because of this high level of winemaker's involvement, Chardonnay has become known as the "winemaker's wine".