Chardonnay is like a charming and lovely girl. Sometimes it is attractive and pretty, sometimes it is fresh and clean. The reason that chardonnay contains such rich styles is the widely planting area, which makes chardonnay be the eighth most popular wine grapes with 15,000 hm2. Its highly growing adaptation makes chardonnay alive at almost everywhere of the world. In this issue, no-oak-aging chardonnay is not only from Chablis, but also from South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, and Mendoza. Chardonnay is usually aged in oak. For such style, we collected from Burgundy, Victoria, Margret River, Central Valley of Chile, California, Washington State and Franschhoek Valley of South Africa.