Surely, the following situation will
sound familiar to you. You just bought a bottle of excellent wine
or sparkling for a party. With a thrill of expectation, you open
and enjoy it very much but at the end of the evening, there is
still some wine left inside. You think it would be a shame to
leave this bottle open because the wine runs the risk to go
Fortunately, there are some tips and tricks which help conserve open bottles better and avoid that this wine which you fell so much in love with converts into a vinegar-like liquid.
For instance, respect the optimal time regarding the type of wine and its appropriate environmental conditions. So, if you don't want to preoccupy yourself with vinegar wine, discover our infographic about conserving opened wine bottles and learn what you can do to maintain the open bottle of wine in good conditions.
Discover our new infographic about storing wine!
Viña Ardanza Reserva 2005 is a Rioja from the La Rioja Alta cellar based on tempranillo and garnacha of 2005 and 13.5º of alcohol strength.
Pruno 2014: a red wine with Ribera del Duero DO from Finca Villacreces cellar which blend contains tinta fina of 2014 and 13.5º of volume of alcohol.