How to Store and Serve A Bottle of Wine – Part 1

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How To Store and Serve A Bottle of Wine

A great bottle of wine helps you relax after a long day and enjoy time with friends. However, you must be able to choose, store, and present that wine in the right manner. Follow through with this article and gain some great knowledge about the ways of handling and enjoying wine.
 
Have you ever spilled wine on your clothes? If so, find a bottle of Windex. Windex will remove the stain right away and is much more efficient than water and soap. Do this quickly since waiting can make getting rid of it harder.
 
Always pursue variety in your wine buying. Tasting different types of wine is the best way to find out about wines from other countries. Try one that is recommended from a shop person, try a new region or try one based on the talking card next to a bottle on the shelf. You may be surprised to discover a new favorite.
 
Not every white wine must be chilled before serving. The texture is one factor to consider in temperature choice. Sauvignon blanc should be served very cold, while a chardonnay or pinot gris can stand to be a little warmer.
 
Take a trip to the regions that are growing the wine. You will really appreciate a wine after seeing where the grapes grow and also associate a wine you love with pleasant memories. It will help you to better explain the aromas and taste to others. Also, wine producing regions are stunning, making for a memorable experience.
 
Learn how to peel off a wine label successfully. A simple way to do this is to heat the bottle in an oven for a few minutes, then use an oven mitt to remove the label.
 
Sparkling wine and champagne should always be served chilled. The full flavor will not be imparted if these wines are served at room temperature. Leave your bottle of champagne in the fridge for at least two hours before serving.
 
Dessert wines are a great choice for post-dinner drinking. Some possibilities are French Champagne or Italian Moscato. Guests will find this a perfect cap to their meal.
 
Your personal taste shouldn’t be altered by the opinion of others. You want a wine that you like; that is what is most important. It is a great rule to go by. Everyone has different taste buds and it is best to drink wines you really enjoy. If your guests don’t like your wine, keep in mind that this means you have more wine to enjoy yourself.
 
Making a toast is a common occurrence at most parties and celebrations that serve alcohol. This will result in the timeless tradition of glass clinking. The problem is, when done incorrectly, the glass can break. Glasses should be slightly angled so opposing bells aline, and rims should not meet.
 
White and red wines should not be served at the same temperature. Reds need to be kept warmer than whites. One good method is first chilling your wine inside the refrigerator and then letting it sit at room temperature a couple of minutes. Red should be served at 60 degrees and white is best at around 45 degrees.

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