5 Red Picnic Wines to Serve Chilled
In this heat, I'd rather chill a good Beaujolais alongside my beers ... I'd say that committing those names to memory is the only heavy lifting you need to do this month.
Do you really need to keep ketchup in the fridge? And what about jam, mayonnaise and pickle? The answers will surprise you
Pickle should be fine at cool, but ambient, temperatures for six weeks, and probably longer, especially if you use the squeezy bottle version, which minimises the potential for contamination. 'Refrigeration isn't necessary, but if chilled it could last for ...
Reds on Ice? It’s Not Heresy
But I’m talking about red wine ... which red wines in general, you chill in the fridge. Big, heavy red wines like most zinfandels are not suited to the cold. They close up so all you can taste is oak and alcoholic heat. Oak and alcohol do not work ...
To chill or not to chill. What is the right temperature to serve your wine?
So what does a South Florida wine drinker do? The rule of ... Pull the red out about 20 minutes before pouring. You might even want to cork it to let air get in and really open up the flavors. If it's white wine you're serving you don’t really want ...
I Put Ice in My Wine Because You Don’t Serve it at the Right Temperature
On the other hand, chilled white wine came from the European cellar, where temperatures hover around 55 degrees Fahrenheit. In America, to achieve the ideal wine temperature you actually have to cool red wines ... for 45 minutes before serving while ...