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Drinking Temperature

In general:

The right temperature is hugely important for enjoying a wine. White wines that are too warm will lose their fruitiness and freshness. Red wines served too cool may seem to be bitter. The typical fruity flavours will vanish due to the impressions of the tannins that seem to be overwhelming. Sparkling wine and Secco served too warm show a rather aggressive amount of carbon dioxide.

White Wine:  
In general: 8 - 12 °Celsius (46 – 54 °Fahrenheit)
Young and fresh white wines: 8 - 10 °Celsius (46 – 50 °Fahrenheit)
Ripe and full-bodied white wines: 10 – 12 ° Celsius (50 – 54 ° Fahrenheit)
Rotling/Blush Wine:  
In general: 6 – 8 °Celsius (42 – 46 °Fahrenheit)
Red Wine:  
In general: 14 – 18 °Celsius (57 – 64 °Fahrenheit)
Young and light red wines: 14 – 16 °Celsius (57 – 61 °Fahrenheit)
Full-bodied red wines: 16 – 18 °Celsius (61 – 64 °Fahrenheit)
Red wines with high tannins: 16 – 18 °Celsius (61 – 64 °Fahrenheit)
Sparkling wine and Secco:  
In general: 6 – 8 °Celsius (42 – 46 °Fahrenheit)
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