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Napa Valley Register [08/17/18, via Napa Valley Register]
Homes Recently Listed in the Napa Valley High ceilings, three fireplaces, delightful great room, temperature controlled Wine Cellar, exquisite landscaping--complete with pool, fountain, stone walls, and bocce ball court. This has This move in condition home includes a wine fridge and all [...]

[08/13/18, via Wine Enthusiast Magazine]
The Do's and Don'ts of Chilling Wine Red and Fortified Wine: While times they are a-changin' common wisdom was once to serve reds at room temperature. But what does that mean? A humid studio at At home, pour a glass of wine and put it in the fridge. It takes less time to chill than an [...]

Scranton Times-Tribune [08/08/18, via Scranton Times-Tribune]
Chilling red wine can soften edges, conceal qualities If you catch friends putting a red wine in the refrigerator, you might accuse them of wine abuse. If your dining room wine rack sits in the mid-70 F range, that's a tad too warm for any red. When the “red wine at room temperature” rule was declared [...]

Chicago Tribune [08/15/18, via Chicago Tribune]
Clink glasses full of red with your comrades for Labor Day You could say that late November is Beaujolais nouveau-drinking season — current vintages are released at that time of year, of course — or that late December is the prime season for drinking sparkling wine, but depending on where you are at those [...]

I could get a little wine fridge I can control temperature and humidity in and start cellaring beer.

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RT @Zenkosi_: Wine has too many rules. Don't add ice. Don't put it in the fridge. Drink at room temperature. Drink it in winter. Drink it i…

RT @Zenkosi_: Wine has too many rules. Don't add ice. Don't put it in the fridge. Drink at room temperature. Drink it in winter. Drink it i…

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Five Common Wine Myths, Debunked - New York Times

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The sommeliers of the New York restaurants in Daniel Boulud’s Dinex Group recently put on a dinner to debunk some commonly held wine myths. Given the number of erroneous beliefs about wine that persist, this could have been an epic feast lasting for weeks. But Daniel Johnnes , Dinex’s wine director, and four of his sommeliers mercifully held the line to five courses, each served with two wines (or a wine and a beer, in one case) meant to counter enduring shibboleths. I was drawn to this dinner because, as with anyone who writes or talks about wine regularly, I am intimately familiar with all sorts of widely held yet mistaken notions. Sweet white wines ranging from barely sweet to luscious can be glorious with food.

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Wine wisdom: What's the right serving temperature? - The Journal News | LoHud.com

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Given the temperature variations of any given day, week or month, the weather, and what temperature you keep your home and your refrigerator, a discussion of temperature is in order as concerns serving wine. The answer depends upon whether you are serving a white wine, a red wine or a rosé. The higher the ambient temperature (the temperature of the surrounding environment, whether indoors or outside), the faster the flavor compounds and alcohol will evaporate from wine. So to keep the bouquet of the wine at its peak, serve red wine at between 60 and 65 degrees. The alcohol starts to evaporate at 68 degrees so a wine served above that temperature will eventually taste thin and out of balance. There is tannin in all red wines, but it does not overtly stand out when red wine is served at the correct temperature.

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Put your red wine in the fridge this summer. Seriously.

There’s nothing quite like the heat of an Aussie summer. The sweltering temperatures see many of us swapping turkey - that northern hemisphere Christmas staple - with seafood, and replacing red wine for chilled glasses of white.But as it turns out, Aussies wanting a cool alcoholic beverage this season shouldn’t abandon shiraz or pinot noir as an option – in fact, wine experts are advising us to continue drinking red wine, but to drink it cold.“They say red wine should be served at room...

Christmas in a can: A new artisanal wine cooler

The bottle:Hückfest wine cooler, $12 for a two-pack, $24 for a four-pack.The back story: Remember wine coolers? They were a sweet-tasting alternative to beer — or the equivalent to alcoholic soda — that became all the rage a few decades ago. Today, they’ve largely disappeared from store shelves, though some might argue there’s an equivalent in the new generation of “alcopop” beverages — think Mike’s Hard Lemonade or Bud Light Lime-a-Rita or even boozy seltzer.But in the last couple of years,...

Have we been drinking red wine wrong ALL this time? Expert reveals the optimum temperature at which to enjoy your favourite bottle - and the answer might surprise you

82 per cent of people drink red wine at room temperature, according to researchBut, rather than enjoying a glass of Pinot Noir like this, we should do it differentlyTaylor Wine found red wine should be served between 12 and 18 degrees CelsiusThe average room temperature in the UK is 18 degrees and 23 in Australia By Sophie Haslett For Daily Mail AustraliaPublished: 17:23 EST, 13 December 2017 | Updated: 03:57 EST, 14 December 2017 You might think you know your wine so well you're...

Why we should put red wines in the fridge and take white wines out

We should drink white wines cold from the fridge and reds at room temperature, right?Not so fast ...How warm or cool we quaff the fermented drop can vastly change how it tastes.And for the most part, we're doing it wrong.Take white wines out of the fridgeWhen it comes to wine, our fridges are simply too cold.They're usually set around 3 or 4 degrees Celsius, which is great for keeping food fresh, but you generally don't want to serve a wine below around 5C, Central Queensland University's...