Temperature to serve a Chambourcin

by Michele Smith
(Nowra NSW Australia)

Michelle asks: What is the best or recommended temperature to serve a Chambourcin at?

Darby Says: The quick answer is room temperature. But in summer that refers to an air conditioned room. If it's a hot day then cool the wine down, cool it don't chill it!

Of course some wineries (in your area I think as well) make a rose style wine with chambourcin. In this case serve it at about 5 degrees, the same for any other rose. Ditto for sparkling red chambourcin.

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