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At what temperature should red wines be served?

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At what temperature should red wines be served?

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Most room temperatures that are comfortable for humans, are too warm to appreciate a red wine fully. The best temperature to serve a red is 62-65 degrees, which is slightly cooler than most rooms most of the year. When red wines are served warm, such as at 70 degrees or more, the alcohol taste is more pronounced, the fruit less obvious, and the acids and tannins are sharper. There are however, certain red varieties of wine that are served slightly chilled, at about 55 degrees, such as Beaujolais. Burgundy and Pinot Noir taste better at about 60 degrees.

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