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Chardonnay Serving Temperature with Randy Ullom of Kendall-Jackson (1:35)

The rule of thumb for serving white wines is cold to the touch or about 50-60 degrees F. Kendall-Jackson's winemaster Randy Ullom makes an argument for serving Chardonnay at a slightly warmer temperature.

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