5 Tips For Summer Wine Drinking

In the summer there is no better supplement to rest and relaxation than a ice cold glass of wine. Here are 5 wine drinking tips we suggest you follow this summer.

Think Pink

Cast aside any lingering prejudices and catch the hottest wine of summer, a dry rosé.

Forget the corkscrew

Go on a hike or a boat and leave the corkscrew behind-choose a wine with a screw cap or possibly even in a TetraPak (lighter to carry back out empty). Or go for the ultimate no-corkscrew-needed wine-champagne! (Caution-not so great on hikes though.)

Pour smaller amounts of wine

When it’s hot out and the wine is cold, just do small pours since wine in the bottle keeps colder.

Try something different

Be adventurous! Try a Cava (A Sapnish sparkling wine), or a Moscato (sweet, lightly fizzy) or a Prosecco (Italian sparkling white wine)

Stay hydrated

It’s not a good idea to drink a whole lot of wine, or any liquor for that matter, in the heat. Make sure you drink plenty of water inbetween.