December 1, 2006, Newsletter Issue #46: White Wines and the Wine Cooling System

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If you store your white wines in your wine cellar, you may find they are not chilled enough to your liking. In that case, it's a good idea to bring your white wines out of the wine cellar cooling system before you serve them. Many people put their white wines into the refrigerator for about an hour before they serve them, even if they've come out of a wine cellar. Champagnes definitely need to cool down in the refrigerator before serving, too. White wines stored in the wine cooling system will keep quite nicely, so it's a good idea to store reds and whites in your cellars, just be aware your whites may need additional chilling to be at their very best.

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