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​Serving Wine

The best temperature for serving wine varies based on the type. Generally speaking, we often drink white wines too cold and red wines not cold enough. Sparkling Wine/Champagnes
 Should be served at 43-47° (F) Blush, Rose & White Wines Should be served at 45° (F) 7°(C) When colder, the aromas and flavors can be minimized

The best temperature for serving wine varies based on the type. Generally speaking, we often drink white wines too cold and red wines not cold enough.

Sparkling Wine/Champagnes


Should be served at 43-47° (F)

Blush, Rose & White Wines

Should be served at 45° (F) 7°(C)

When colder, the aromas and flavors can be minimized along with your appreciation of the wine.

Full Bodied White/Light Reds

Full-Bodied high quality white wines like Sauternes & rich white burgundies along with light red wines like Beaujolais should be served at 50° (F) 10° (C)

Red Wines

You’ve probably heard that red wines should be served at “room” temperature, but that is actually referring to “cellar” temperature, which is often around 55° & perfect for storing wine.

Most red wines including Cabernet, Merlot, Bordeaux, Zinfandel, Rhones & Syrah/Shiraz should be served at 60° (F) 15° (C) preventing the unpleasant bite that alcohol can produce when served at normal “room” temperature.