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A corkscrew, a glass and a patch of sun for a picnic are all you need to enjoy a bottle of wine. But what a shame if the wine is lukewarm rather than cool!

This piece of advice, offered in the introduction to the Larousse Encyclopedia of Wine , points out the importance of drinking wine at the right temperature – which is why you need ravi, a Canadian invention that is practical and ingenious.


This table shows the suggested temperature at which you should drink various wines.

Wine Style Examples Suggested
Temperature
Crisp, Dry White Wines Muscadet – Sancerre – Sauvignon – Alsace-Italian 8° to 10° C
45° to 50° F
Complex Dry White Wines Burgundy – Graves – Chardonnay - Rioja 9° to 12° C
46° to 54° F
Finest Dry White Wines Mature Wines 10° to 12° C
50° to 54° F
Finest Sweet White Wines Sauternes – Late-Havest Wines 11° to 13° C
52° to 55° F
Rosé Wines All types 6° to 8° C
43° to 46° F
Young, Fresh Red Wines Loire – Beaujolais – Côte du Rhône 10° to 12° C
50° to 54° F
Young Bordeaux 14° to 15° C
57° to 59° F
Mature Vintage Red Wines Bourgogne: Vosne Romanée – Pommard – Clos Vougeot… 16° to 17° C
61° to 63° F
Mature Fine Wines Burgundy and Bordeaux 17° to 18° C
63° to 64° F

       
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Wine Spectator Tested and approved!
“Serving temperature can be achieved in a few seconds for a red wine. A few seconds longer, and your white wine is ready for the guests.”
Owen Dugan, Wine Spectator

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