In this article, we’re going to be discussing what the is to store white wine.
It’s known that the subject of temperatures can be a little subjective, because every wine collector/wine enthusiast has differing levels of experience.
However, we’ve done our very best to find a consensus on what the is, and we’ve linked to the sources where possible, to back up our research.
Therefore, without further ado, let’s discuss this topic further.
White wine should be stored in a at the of 55°F [MasterClass]. This is referred to as the .
White Wine Serving Temperature
However, the of white wine depends on the type of wine it is, as we can see from the image:
Light white wines should be served at a temperature between 44 – 50 ̊ F (7 – 10 ̊ C)
Full-bodied white wines should be served at a temperature between 50 – 55 ̊ F (10 – 13 ̊ C)
Sparkling wines should be served at a temperature between 42 – 50 ̊ F (6 – 10 ̊ C)
For those who may not be aware of how light or heavy a wine is, we’ve included a ‘Wine Folly which shows all of the light-bodied, medium-bodied, and full-bodied white wines. boldness chart’ from
Additionally, for those interested, we’ve also got a guide on what temperature red wine should be stored at, which you can read here.