Chardonnay can be enjoyed in many forms — there are various international wine varieties and it is the discerning base of many luxurious champagnes. The flavours in a chardonnay change dramatically depending on the time it has spent in oak barrels or steel tanks. But, whether you like an oaked or wooded wine, an unoaked or unwooded chardonnay, the pleasure of discovering your personal preferences lies in trying and tasting.
Chardonnay, with its flavours that excite the palate, is an elegant and complex drink to be explored. Take the time to brush up on your knowledge and understanding of chardonnay, learning about Chablis and white Burgundy, as it’ll add to your sense of satisfaction. Then, explore your inner chardonnay connoisseur and try a few different types. Of course, this is simply for experimental purposes and the fact that you enjoy each delicious sip is purely coincidental!