Whites and Rosé Champagnes
Great vintage champagne to be in turn, served at a higher temperature, around 10 to 12 ° because it is above all the great wines that would be a shame to erase a temperature too cool. The temperature rises rapidly in the wine glass until you reach the room temperature, may therefore serve as a precaution at a temperature lower than optimal for tasting.
The temperatures of the following are generally accepted as referring to the names involved:
From 6-9 ° C: Sparkling wines and rosé wines.
From 8 to 10 ° C Champagne.
From 10 to 12 ° C Alsace, Bourgogne Blanc, Dry White.
From 12 to 14 ° C Red light.
From 13 to 15 ° C Yellow wine, Beaujolais, Bourgogne Blanc racy.
From 15 to 16 ° C Red Burgundy.
From 16 to 17 ° C Red Bordeaux, Languedoc, Provence.
From 17 to 18 ° C Grand Bordeaux Red, Red Burgundy Grand Cru.