The Right Temperature to Serve Wine?

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Episode #9 of Julien’s Wine School where Julien explains the ideal serving or pouring temperatures for various types of wines, white wine, rosé, red wines as well as Champagne (including prestige cuvées like Dom Pérignon) and other sparkling wines (bubblies).

Read more about this topic, more information explained in my complete guide to the perfect wine serving and storage temperatures on my blog Social Vignerons including a simple yet detailed infographic chart:

As a qualified winemaker, I made the research into the science of wine (enology) to find out and clear things up once and for all about serving temperatures of wine to enjoy your vino at its best depending on its style..

Check out Episode #8 where I looked at the color of wines:

Also, see Julien’s Wine School Episode 1 where I discuss why it is important to observe the appearance (sight) of you vino before tasting:

See you soon again in the wonderful world of wine.


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