our sommelier's tips for storing and serving
How to store your wine
The Château Saint-Maur Cru Classé wine service
For our rosé and white winesthe ideal average operating temperature is approximately 6 or 7°C. By the time you take it out of the fridge and serve it in glasses, it should be at the right temperature to enjoy it. Bring an ice bucket to keep it fresh on the table.
Express refreshment tip!
Forgot to chill your bottle? Do not put it in the freezerbut dip it in a bucket with ice cubes with a good handful of salt. This will accelerate the melting of the ice cubes and the release of the cold for a quick fresh bottle.
And for red wines?
We often hear that red wines should be served at room temperature. This is not entirely true.
We speak rather about room temperature, because before the rooms were not heated, it was the cool rooms of the house. Too fresh, we block the aromas red wine, too hot it may become heavy.
The Château Saint-Maur cuvée Saint-M red will benefit from being served at a temperature between 12 and 14° depending on your tastes and possibly the season, no need to decant the wine.
For our vintage The Red Excellence more powerful, a temperature of about 15° will be more accurate. You can decant your wine to soften it.