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Although Mondini already gave precise explanations in his book "Foreign vines cultivated in Italy, 1903 ", until a few years ago it was commonly mistaken for a pinot. Burgundian winemakers agreed at the beginning of the century to recognize it as the chardonnay. Mostly common in Champagne, in Borgogna, all over Northern and, as we can say now, even Central and Southern regions, is considered an international variety and enjoys broad support all around the world.