At what temperature should wine bottles be stored?
An “enemy” of the right wine storage is the wrong temperature.
It can increase or decrease the extract of the wine and contributes to the oxidation of it. Excessive heat leads to expansion of fluid. The air in the bottle is pushing against the cork and the wine flows out on the neck of the bottle and the cork. At a low temperature the opposite occurs. The liquid contracts and creates negative pressure in the bottle.
This draws in air and oxygen gets into the wine bottle. The ideal temperature range for wine storage is between 10 ° C and 16 ° C, even better would be a temperature range between 14 ° C and 15 ° C. Keep the temperature as stable as possible. At over 25 ° C the risk is to totally contaminate the organoleptic properties of the wine. Today,
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