The Kalamera 45 Bottle 24” Built-In Or Freestanding Wine Cooler/Refrigerator was rated as one of the best overall built-in wine fridges for 2021. One highlighted feature is its two different temperature zones created for cooling white and red wines at their optimal temperatures. Storing red and white wines at different temperatures will help each to… Continue reading Best Built-In Wine Fridge
Putting red wine in the fridge doesn’t ruin it. Red wine can taste even better once its temperature reaches an ideal range, which depends on the kind of red wine. If the bottle is already open, placing it in the fridge is preferable to leaving it on the counter. The refrigerator isn’t the best place… Continue reading Does Putting Red Wine In The Fridge Ruin It
Nobody likes pouring themself a glass of wine only to find that it’s taste resembles acid more than it does actual wine. Forgot to put the cork back on your opened bottle of wine? Yeah, that might just be the result. Oxidation is a pain sometimes, isn’t it? It happens to the best of us.… Continue reading How Can You Tell If Wine Has Gone Bad?
After opening a bottle of white wine, reseal it and place it in the fridge. Depending on the white wine, it can be almost as good for up to 1 week. Sparkling white wines are more delicate because they go flat quickly after opening, so consuming them the same day is best. Can You Save… Continue reading How To Store White Wine After Opening?
Yes, red wine should be refrigerated to slow down the chemical processes that make wine go sour. Not only should it be placed in the fridge, but it should also be properly sealed again with the cork or screw top. However, it isn’t necessary to immediately refrigerate red wine unless you’re positive that everyone’s had… Continue reading Should You Refrigerate Red Wine After Opening?
When stored in the refrigerator, red wine still tastes great anywhere from 1 to 7 days after opening it, depending on the kind of red. Sparkling wines last the shortest amount of time and ideally should be consumed the same day. Rose wines and full-bodied reds with higher alcohol percentages can last 5 to 7… Continue reading How Long Can You Drink Red Wine After Opening?