Chardonnay is the most popular white wine grape in the world. This is due in part to the fact that the vines are adaptable to many climates, but more importantly because Chardonnay grapes make delicious wine. Chardonnays can have many different taste profiles; some are oaky, and some are not oaked at all. Classically a dry wine varietal, more Chardonnays today are being made with a touch of sweetness. A full-bodied wine, the Chardonnay can show flavors ranging from pineapple to apple, with some even having earthy aromas.