Serving temperatures for wine
When serving wine, having the right temperature is essential for the best experience possible. Commonly, consumers will serve the red wines too warm, and white wines too cold. A wine that is either too cold or too warm will lose its aromas and taste, and can be perceived as a bad or spoiled wine.
In general, it is better to serve a wine a little bit too cold rather than too warm, as the temperature will gradually go up as the wine is put on the table, or served in the glass.
A simple rule for serving temperature may be that simple and young wines should be served somewhat chilled, while the older and more complex wines should have a slightly higher temperature.
In the table below you will find our recommended serving temperatures for the different wine types - where Fun Fuel's wines also are listed: