Are you also a fan of red or white wine? Let's check out some interesting facts about wine that can help you to enjoy the real taste of wine.
Always hold the glass from the base or the stem so that the warmth of your hand doesn't affect the temperature of the wine.
Use bigger glasses for reds and tulips (standard wine glasses) for whites.
Store the wine bottle in a cool, dark place wrapped in newspaper to keep the temperature constant, without moving them around too much. If they have corks, lie them down horizontally.
Once you open a screw capped wine bottle, you can empty left over wine into a well washed small glass bottle with a tight screw cap leaving no gap for any air. The wine generally lasts a week or so like this in a fridge. With a traditional cork bottle, you will have to consume the wine very quickly after opening.
Red wines should be served cool (18º C) not in our tropical room temperature, which is around 30º C. White wine and sparkling should be served cold but not chilled.
Check your before using, a musty, mildew smell is the indication that wine has gone off.