What Temperature Should My Wine Be? — The Somm Chef

Why It Matters

What About Cold Reds?

What if I love Drinking Reds Well Chilled?

So How do I Remember This?

  • Your lightest bodied and least aromatic whites are right behind the sparkling.
  • Then the oaky whites (Chardonnay from California, Fumé Blancs, etc).
  • Then your lightest red wines (Willamette Pinot Noir, Burgundian Pinot Noir, Chianti’s, etc).

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Chef, Sommelier, Writer, Consultant. Loves food & wine, will travel.

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Sydney Eliason

Sydney Eliason

Chef, Sommelier, Writer, Consultant. Loves food & wine, will travel.

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