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What is the appropriate serving temperature of wines?

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A wine can also be served at the different temperature according to their serving temperature. White Wines: Serve between 45°F and 50°F. When white wines are served too cold, their flavors and fragrances are masked, making the wine seem simple. When white wines are served too warm, they lose their structure and become flat.
Red Wines: Serve between 50°F and 65°F. Serving red wines too cold will mute their fragrances and flavors, making them taste extremely tannic and acidic. When served too warm, red wines will taste overly alcoholic, flat and lifeless.
You can also look at Wine News for full details about their serving and usage information!

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Wines can be served from 41F for Asti Spumanti to 66F for a Tawny Port. It all depends on what you are drinking. I put up a handy chart on my website for reference: http://vinocoolers.com/wine-serving-temperatures/

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There are four different types of wine with different temperatures. Deep red wines should be served in 15-19 Celsius. Light red wine should be served in 13 Celsius. Sparkling wines and Champaign should be served in 6-8 Celsius. Dry white wines like rose and blush should be served in 8-14 Celsius.

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