Chardonnay is an early ripening white wine grape from France. It has a short growing season with high yield potential. Vitis vinifera, the selected clone for data analysis was Chardonnay H164 FVI10V1, IC69.8127. Grown for commercial wine production in Australia. The Cultivar Name of this variety is Chardonnay. This variety is used in the fine white wines of Burgundy and Chablis, and is one of the varieties used in Champagne. In California it is recommended for the cooler areas but in Australia it appears possible to make high quality wines from grapes grown in warmer areas.
Bud Burst Days (July 1=0): Early 72.00
Flowering Days (July 1=0): Late 114.00
Veraison Rating: Medium 181.00
Harvest 22 Brix Days (July 1=0): Early 226.00
Seasonality (days): Short 153.00
Leaf Area Index (m2/m2): 3.65
Bunches Per Shoot: 1.80
Yield Potential: High
Berry Weight (g): 1.16
Total Soluble Solids (° Brix): 22.40
Titratable Acidity (g/L): High 5.69
Tartaric Acid (g/L): 6.02
Malic Acid (g/L): 4.68
Tartrate Malate Acid Ratio: Low 1.28
Anthocyanins (mg/g): Unknown .
Phenolics (au): .
Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen (mg/)L: 346
Potassium (mg/)L: 1,680.00