At what temperature should red wine be stored?
The ideal red wine storage temperature depends on the type of red wine you’re drinking. Lighter red wines like a Schiava or Pinot Noir should have a cooler storage temperature between 60 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Heavier varieties such as Malbec or Syrah can be stored at a warmer range, 63 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
At what temperature should white wine be stored?
White wine storage temperatures are cooler than reds, but they also vary depending on their particular variety. Bright or tart white wines like Sauvignon Blanc or Gewürztraminer should be stored at a cool 48 and 52 degrees Fahrenheit. If you have a richer, more mature white like an aged Chardonnay, store it between 58 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit.
At what temperature should rose wine be stored?
Like white wine, rose wines should be served at a relatively low temperature. As such, aim to keep these wines at around 50 degrees Fahrenheit to preserve their color and flavor.
At what temperature should sparkling wine be stored?
Sparkling wines should be stored within a specific temperature range whether they’re red or white – between 40 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit.