I don't own a lot of wine, especially when compared to some of my colleagues. And what I do own isn't particularly expensive--the average bottle in my "collection" costs between $12-$15. But after a couple of prematurely popped corks and bottles seeping in the sweltering second-floor, unairconditoned Hollywood apartment I used to call home, addressing my wine storage situation became unavoidable.
Entries in temperature (2)
If Goldilocks was a wine geek, she’d be going nuts about now. Wine serving temperatures, from barbecues to bodegas, are all over the map. Too hot, too cold, but rarely just right. But did you know that the temperature at which you serve a wine can affect how its aromas, structure and even alcohol are perceived, making the difference between a great glass and a mediocre one a matter of degrees. So why do domestic beer makers take serving temperature more seriously than the average restaurant or wine drinker?
Bid on this...we're pleased to be conducting fine wine auctions in addition to our retail selection of thousands of the world's best wines.
Bid, buy, sell, and browse the hundreds of auction lots live on K&L Auctions.
Back in the 1970's we went by the name "K&L Liquors" and our dedication to bringing you the finest spirits remains the same.
View our Spirits Journal to find out what our buyers are getting into next...