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I should be serving my wines at ‘room temperature’, correct?

This is an idea that I have heard many times: “I should serve my wine at room temperature’ – even in Malaysia.Room temperature should be based on the country where the wine is made, not over here.Wine cellar in Europe in Winter can go down to 10 ˚C or below, and if you want to enjoy your wine to the fullest, you bring it in the living room earlier to bring it up to ‘room temperature’ – but it shouldn’t be kept at that level, especially for the long term.Here in Malaysia, it is recommended to have a wine chiller to properly keep your wines – for long or mid-term).You can check our wine chillers selection here.

 

See below the recommended temperature to serve your wines for optimal enjoyment:

 

Wine Types

Temperature

Champagne, sparkling

8-10 ˚C

Light, young white, rose, or sweet wines

10-12 ˚C

Richer, fuller whites (like Burgundies)

12-14 ˚C

Light red wines (Pinot Noir, Gamay)

15-17 ˚C

Other red wines

17-20 ˚C

 

David Stephan – Resident Wine Geek

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