You can store uncorked white wine, usually up to five days if you keep it in a fridge. You may use your regular refrigerator or a wine fridge. A regular fridge should not be set at its coolest because the temperature will drop below six degrees Celsius and that is not good for whites. A wine fridge will cost you a few hundred dollars but it is worthwhile if you are a connoisseur. Continue reading Can You Store Uncorked White Wine?
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Decanting is a process used to allow the sediment in aged wines to settle down.
The practice dates back to Ancient Rome. Even then, they used glass decanters, not very different from the ones we use today. However, the contemporary decanters have stoppers which we can use to control how much aeration we would like. These stoppers date back to decanters made by the British in the eighteenth century. Continue reading Should you Decant a White Wine?