So you want to serve wine like a boss? By now you know it's not as easy as popping the cork and pouring the wine into a fancy glass. Au contraire, my friend. There are many details to consider and this trio of 30-second videos will be your secret weapon to becoming a connoisseur in no time.
You'll learn the proper serving temperatures and the right glasses you should use for serving sparkling, white and red wines. That's just the tip of the iceberg. You'll also find out whether or not you should decant your wine and a neat trick for ensuring the wine doesn't drip. Take a look:
HOW TO SERVE SPARKLING WINE
Make sure your bottle of bubbly is chilled to 48 degrees Fahrenheit (8.8C) and follow these simple tips for the perfect pour:
HOW TO SERVE WHITE WINE
Begin by chilling a bottle of white wine to 53F degrees Fahrenheit (11.6C), select a narrow wine glass then do the following:
HOW TO SERVE RED WINE
Start with a red wine chilled at 62 degrees Fahrenheit (16.6C), pop the cork, decant if necessary then follow these tips:
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