Should Red and White Wine Be Stored Separately
“When storing red and white wine is there any need to keep all the reds together and all the whites together?”
All wines – red, white, champagne, should be cellared at 12 or 13 degrees Celsius. This allows the wine to reach perfect maturity and once matured to stay in tip-top condition. So you can keep all types of wine in the same place at the same temperature.
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