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 Is red wine supposed to be served chilled or room temperature?

Answer I'd have to side with Pimpy on this one. All red wine is supposed to be served on the tracks at an outdoor temperature.Just remember...the first glass is the hardest. It gets easier with every gl... Read More »
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Is chardonnay wine served room temperature or cold?

On One Hand: Cool TemperaturesThe ideal temperature to serve chardonnay is between 58 and 62 degrees. The temperature that a wine should be served at is based on many factors which include tannins... Read More »
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For shots, do you prefer your VODKA at room temperature or chilled?

If straight, in the freezer.Vodka goes with a variety of fruit juices, particularly citrus. Vodka and lemonade with a sugared rim on the glass is called a lemon drop. Vodka and grapefruit juice is ... Read More »
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At what temperature should wine be served?

On One Hand: Serve Red Wine Below Room TemperatureGenerally speaking, red wines should be served at slightly below room temperature. Experts say to serve red wines at 62 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit.On... Read More »
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What temperature should red dinner wine be served at?

You should serve almost all red wines at 65 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Wine.com. Most wine cellars are around this temperature. If the bottle is at room temperature, stick the bottle in the ... Read More »
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