Best Chardonnay Wine Glasses

Updated February 2019
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Why worry about the glass you choose for chardonnay? Surely, it will taste the same out of a mason jar? Well, not really. The ethanol vapors in wine will act differently according to the shape of the wine glass, and that will affect the aromatic compounds of the wine, which is what delivers the flavor. A white wine glass with a larger, rounded bowl will express the acidity better, preserving the floral aroma as well as keeping it cool. Chardonnay is a widely grown variety with many different tastes, ranging from a fresh French white burgundy (yes, that’s from the chardonnay grape, too) to a Californian full-bodied oak, which requires a bigger bowl to emphasize the creamy flavors. Stem or stemless? Your choice, since it’s the bowl shape that counts.

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