Getting to know America's best-selling wine

Regardless of how you feel about chardonnay, you have to remember it's still the No. 1 selling wine in America, says this food writer and wine critic. He acknowledges that there are some underwhelming, too-sweet chardonnays out there, but he also says it's possible to find crowd-pleasing and inexpensive wines made from chardonnay grapes.

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