Chardonnay is a very ancient vine whose history and origins are lost in the mists of time. However, there are two main versions regarding his birth. The first theory has it that the name of this wine derives from the village of the same name in Mâconnais in Burgundy, where this vine was first cultivated. The second theory holds that the origin of the Chardonnay should be sought on the hills of Jerusalem, where the clay soil, very similar to that of Burgundy, renders it the ideal vine for cultivation. Furthermore, the word "Chardonnay" has Jewish origins, which confirms the theory of its origin in the Middle East. Even if the vera originates from this winery, the Chardonnay is given one of the most famous and appreciated white wines in the world.