November 13, 2009, Newsletter Issue #198: White And Red Wines Mature Differently

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Consume most red wines sold on the market today within a year. This means that proper storage conditions are necessary in order for the wine to have the full, rich flavor of the label you have chosen.
Consume white wines within two or three years after production for the best flavor available.
White wines generally do not need the amount of time to mature as red wines. The best-quality wines need at least four to ten years to reach maturity and desired flavor. Controlling the conditions in your wine storage area will help you to attain the best result possible for your wine collection.

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