Guide to Serving Wine
The temperature at which you drink wine makes a huge difference to the experience.  Colder wines will tend to see aromatics muted, and likewise warmer wines will tend to amplify most aromas and flavours.  Alcohol will be more apparent as the wine warms.  Aim to serve whites and sparkling at 7-13 degrees, and reds at 13-18 degrees.  If the wine you’re tasting isn’t giving you much love, let it warm a couple of degrees, or cup your hands around the glass.  If it’s blowing your head off with too much flavour and alcohol, chill it for a while.

We love to see how Chardonnay evolves as it warms in the glass

Photograph by wine(refined)
Nick Ireland, Adelaide, South Australia
22 November 2016
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