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winefolly.com/tips/white-red-wine-temperature

Apr 4, 2012 ... Generally speaking, serve white wines slightly warmer than fridge temperature, between 49-55 degrees F (7–12 °C). Learn more about wine!

www.wineware.co.uk/wine-refrigeration/winewares-wine-storage-temperature-guide

Ideal storage temperatures: Red Wine: 12˚C < 19˚C, White Wine: 8˚C < 12˚C, Champagne: 5˚C < 8˚C. Purpose-built wine rooms and wine refrigerators provide  ...

cgtwines.com/what-is-the-best-wine-storage-serving-temperature

Nov 28, 2018 ... Storing Your Wine at the Right Temperature: 55°F ... It's a common misconception that red wine and white wine need to be stored at different ...

vincarta.com/blog/wine-serving-temperatures

Wine storage temperature · Red wine between 12-19˚C · White wine between 8- 12˚C · Sparkling wine 5-8˚C.

www.abt.com/learn/what-temperature-should-wine-be-stored-at

As such, white wine should be stored near serving temperature or slightly cooler ( so it can warm to the ...

thewinecoach.com/storing-white-wine

31 May Storing White Wine ... The basics of storing wine are to keep it cool, dark and still; if it has a cork to keep it on its side, but beyond that each wine type has ...

www.jjbuckley.com/wine-knowledge/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-white-and-red-wine-storage-temperature/950

Aug 14, 2018 ... Temperature is one of the main factors that decides whether red and white wines remain in prime drinking condition. High temperatures cause ...

pasowine.com/properly-store-red-white-wine

Feb 5, 2019 ... The optimum storage temperature for any wine is 55°F (~13°C), but you can safely store wine long-term in a range between about 45°F (~7°C) ...

wineguardian.com/storage-vs-serving-temperature

Ideal Wine Storage Conditions: 55ºF to 57°F (12°C to 14°C) ambient temperature No more than 5ºf annual variation in temperature 55% to… Continue Reading All  ...

www.carlswinevault.com/the-ideal-wine-storage-temperature-for-white-and-red-wine

What about the perfect white wine storage temperature? Storage and serving temperatures aren't always the same. That's why, while reds and whites are served ...