However, the average ambient temperature is approximately 70 degrees, and the recommended serving temperature for red wine is anywhere between 60 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
Red wine should be served at its optimal serving temperature. Serve red wine chilled, between 55 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit (13 and 18 degrees Celsius). There is a popular belief that red wine should be served at room temperature. This is incorrect.
What is the best temperature for red wine?
- After each pour, make careful to cork the bottle again. In this way, the amount of oxygen that comes into touch with the wine will be reduced.
- The wine should be stored upright in your refrigerator to reduce the amount of surface area exposed to air.
- You may slightly reheat your wine before serving it by submerging it in tepid (not boiling) water for a few minutes.
Which temperature should be recommended in serving wine?
- Champagne and light-bodied white wines should be served ″ice cold,″ between 38–45°F / 3–7°C.
- The ideal temperature for Rosé and full-bodied white wines is 44–55°F / 7–12°C (fridge cold).
- The ideal temperature for light and medium-bodied red wines is 55–60°F / 12–15°C.
- – Bold Red Wines: ″Slightly Cool″ between 60–68°F / 15-20°C (60–68°F / 15-20°C) (60–68°F / 15-20°C) – Dessert Wines: This is dependent on the style.
What red wines should be served at room temperature?
- Sparkling wine should be served at 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit
- white wine and rose should be served at 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit
- red wine should be served at 60 degrees Fahrenheit or below.
- Red wine should be served chilled – between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.