At what temperature should I serve my wines?
We prefer them slightly chilled.
For a red, aim for 15°-16°C (59°F), and for a white, rosé ou bubbles you can go down to around 10°-11°C (50°F) but not less.
My wine is a bit sparkly and/or has a "barn" smell?
That doesn't bother us, we actually like a bit of tinge on the tongue especially when the wine is chilled.
If it ain't your thang, you can always decant the wine for about 20 minutes so it can release it's CO2 and have that "barn" smell fade away and give place to the wines "bouquet". 💐
Why does the bottle say that it contains sulfites if it's supposed to be "Natural"?
the wine itself naturally creates its own small dose of sulfites.
this mention is mandatory when there are more than 10 milligrams per liter.
this dosage is minimal: between 10 and 40 times lower than what's officially authorized.
to protect the wine, the maker may add a homeopathic dose while bottling.
What's the impact on conservation?
Wines don't like harsh temperature changes and like it when it's around 15°C (59°F)⛱️
Keeping a wine is keeping it for the pleasure of taste it will provide, it may depend on its vintage, terroir, climate, cellar, acidity, tannins, vinification, etc. but in no case of the dose of preservative that will have been added to it.
What do I do if it has a corky taste?
Please refer to the conditions of return and refund or just give us a call 🙂