What kind of philistine would serve a full-bodied red at 23?C?! Well, probably most of us – after all, we’ve always been told to serve at ‘room temperature’. But if you want to get really serious about your wine and get maximum taste and enjoyment, the Nuance Digital Wine Thermometer is a great buy!
Inspired by the stopwatch, the Nuance Digital Wine Thermometer is a pendant style thermometer that hangs around the neck of the bottle and it couldn’t be simpler to use. To measure in Celsius simply click the thermometer once, to measure Fahrenheit just press twice – the thermometer will switch off automatically after 3 minutes.
Of course, you also need to know what temperature is best for which wine. Light dry whites, roses and sparkling between 4 and 10 degrees C, full bodied whites and light fruity reds between 10 and 15? or full-bodied reds and ports 15-18?. (Now you can impress your guests with your knowledge and your thermometer!)
Purchase the Nuance Digital Wine Thermometer as a gift idea for someone who ‘has it all’ or as the next step on your journey from ‘wine philistine’ to ‘wine snob’.