What temperature should wine be stored at? 🌡
Wine Storage Suggestions Wine was traditionally stored underground in french châteaux. But if you dont live in a château, there are still ways you can store wine, even without a cellar. Storage tips Whilst some wine scientists believe that music can affect wine, we can be sure that temperature fluctuations change the structure and character of wine over time. In fact, if the wine is over-chilled, the aging process can actually slow down, changing its aroma and flavour. Storing and serving wine at its ambient temperature ensures these risks are minimised. What temperature? An average temperature of 10-15˚C is fine...
What temperature should wines be served at?
What is the best wine drinking temperature? Part of the wine discovery experience is understanding the importance of wine drinking temperature. Most people serve their wine without really thinking about the temperature of it, which can have a huge affect on the experience. Red is often served straight from the shelf or storage area at room temperature, and white is typically served completely cold straight from the fridge. Unfortunately, just as you wouldn't enjoy a lukewarm cup of tea compared to a hot one, it is a lot more enjoyable to drink wine at the right temperature. While it is true that...
What is a Negociant? and how do i say it?
A Negociant (pronounced 'negosian' see this for pronounciation https://youtu.be/n56k46y2_Jw) is the traditional French term for a wine merchant who buys in grapes and barrels of wine from growers to sell under his or her own brand to provide customers with a trusted brand. They essentially developed wine branding by giving provenance to the product inside and allowing the customer to experience various vineyard sites under that 'house'. Many originated in Burgundy, but some in England, buying grapes or wine from the small producers or winemakers and then assembling, packaging and offering the wine under the their own brand name. In fact, some of...
Epic Negociants expands into Asia
May 2019- Epic Negociants has signed a significant sales agency agreement with Asia's hottest wine sales team. Under the agreement, Epic Negociants will have access to the top 8 Asian markets via one of the most experience trade sales teams in the region. 'this is a terrific vindication for our model, quality and brand values' co-founder Andrew Browne said, 'with our simple, single brand message we can share the iconic vineyard regions of Australia with our growing Asian wine consumers via a significant distribution network'.