The ideal serving temperatures for wine
What temperature should champagne, red, white and rosé wines be served at?
Wine can take many years to mature. It is therefore worth taking some precautions when serving your wine.
The main thing to consider is the serving temperature. Wine is a combination of volatile substances, such as ethers, which give it its aromas. These substances evaporate at very specific temperatures, which should be observed.
A wine which is too cold will have no aroma, or very little. In a wine which is too warm, the alcohol will seem very pronounced, all the olfactory elements having then evaporated.