A measure of Good Taste. You've done your homework, researched the best wine, bought at a fair price so why ruin it now?
As any wine connoisseur knows wines need to be served at proper temperature to enhance the flavor of the wine.
Article by: Barbara Bowman
Related Videos About The VinTemp
Finally a simple yet sophisticated tool for checking the temperature of your wine before you pour. Just released VinTemp uses infrared technology to read the temperature of the wine inside the bottle. Simply press the tip of the VinTemp against the bottle, press the button and read the results on the digital panel. If the wine is too warm just return it to the chiller or if it is too warm let it sit a few minutes and test again.
The VinTemp is only 3" long so it is easy to carry and unobtrusive to use. Use it at home or take it with you.
vintemp - infrared wine thermometer
Proper Wine Serving Temperatures
18 °C elegant red wines (Bordeaux)
16 °C heavy red wines (Burgundy, Côtes-du-Rhône)
12 °C light red wines (Beaujolais ordinary table wines)
10 °C dry white wines
8 °C Rosé wines
6 °C liqueur-type wines, champagnes, sweet white wines
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