Eurasian origin, originating in France Burgundy (Bourgogne), it is also known as Chardonnay. Having been introduced to China by the Hungarian in 1951, it is the world's most popular wine grape, an early maturity variety. Chardonnay is much used in making white wine, which is mostly pale golden color. Chardonnay is the most suitable variety for dry oak barrels cultivation, and its full-bodied aroma, mellow taste can become more abundant after long term storage. Mainly producing dry white wine and sparkling wine, Chardonnay wines usually have a pineapple, green apple or pear flavor, tasting more rounded, neutral. In addition to individual circumstances, it will not be very acid, and is slightly sweet, more suitable for Chinese tastes.