submitted by Akshay Dhall
is sometimes recommended to slightly chill light
red wine : Beaujolais and Loire
Valley red wines
such as Chinon, Bourgueil and red Sancerre.
correct temperature to serve light red wine should
be around 60°
F (15,5° C).
people even like to drink those wine at 50° F
(10° C) such as a white wine.
a red wine is chilled, this exaggerates its tannins.
Therefore if the wine is already tannic - such as
most medium body and all full body red wine - it
will loose all its personality and charms.
is because chilling wine overexpose its tannins that
is sometimes recommended to chill light red wine
(wine with low tannins).
more : Best
temperature to serve wine
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