Ideal Wine Serving Temperature for Chardonnay

Chardonnay is a versatile white wine grape that has been rising in popularity for the last 30 years. Its potential to reflect the winemaker's technique and terroir makes this grape variety very interesting.  In cooler regions, it has aromas that range from green or yellow apple pieces, pear as well, but in warmer regions, the aromas become more tropical fruits with lower acidity.  They can be oaked, or unoaked, and many have a buttery flavor due to their contact with oak during aging.

Ideal serving temperature for Chardonnay is 10 degrees celsius or 50 degrees fahrenheit

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