Top 10 Chardonnays over £20

9. Marchand & Burch Porongurup Chardonnay 2012

10. M&B

What happens when you combine the expertise of Burgundy with Western Australia? Well, this Chardonnay is just one of several exciting answers.

Having initially bonded over their shared love of Pinot Noir, Jeff Burch of Howard Park and Pascal Marchand, former manager at Domaine Comte Armand and Domaine de la Vougeraie, formed a collaboration spanning both their respective homelands.

This particular example comes from the Great Southern region of Western Australia, more specifically the ancient, mountainous, granite-rich soils of Porongurup.

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