The beauty of California's regional diversity is that it helps vintners craft a wide array of wines. Even wines made from the same grape can vary significantly. For instance, Chardonnay styles are constantly evolving, ranging from elegant and pure-tasting whites to rich and creamy versions. The wines in this week’s selection highlight this variety and quality, and all have earned 90 points or more on Wine Spectator’s 100-point scale.
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