What Is The Proper Temperature To Store And Serve Wine 飞机上做不雅之事 无人便利店涉违建

Sep 29, 2017 // By:feichang // No Comment

Wine-Spirits The flavor of wine is quite fickle when it comes to the serving temperature, as well as barometric pressure at the time it is being served. Both of these may play a part in the taste of wine. An individual may have tasted a particular wine at its optimum temperature and enjoyed it immensely, then tasted the same wine a degree warmer or cooler and found it to be flat. The taste of wine can be revitalized by either chilling it in the refrigerator from 10 to 15 minutes or letting it set at room temperature for awhile. I would like to say a few words regarding barometric pressure and red wine, in particular. When the air is cool, crisp and light, the wine will also be cool, crisp, light and heavenly to drink. However, if the air is high in humidity and heavy, the wine will reflect the air quality by also being heavy and flat. Same wine, different atmospheric pressure. Red wines taste their best at a cool room temperature. Light and fruity red wines are best when slightly chilled (58 to 60 degrees F.). If chilled above that range, the wine may become acidic, or possible tannic. Most red wines should be served a little warmer (62 to 65 degrees F.). On the other hand, most white wines are at their best when served at a cooler temperature (50 to 55 degrees F.). The inexpensive, sweet wines also fall into the 50 to 55 degree F. range for optimum flavor. However, the flavor of fine, dry white wines maybe enhanced at approximately 58 to 62 degrees F. Most Champagnes and sparkling wines serve well at 45 degrees F. The better quality champagnes need to be a little warmer when served (52 to 54 degrees F.). To keep these wines at their best temperature either immerse the bottle in an ice bucket or return it to the refrigerator between servings. One might ask how he will know the correct temperature of my wine. There are several apparatuses available on the market for the newer wine connoisseur to purchase just for this purpose. One is a thermometer that wraps around the outside of the wine bottle and indicates a temperature reading. A second thermometer is one that actually goes into the bottle of wine once it is open. As one becomes more advanced in his wine tasting endeavors, he may not need either of these helpers. These individuals will be able to tell by the coolness or warmness of the bottle if the temperature is right. It takes experience About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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