Things We Love

Your passions run deep. From girls’ night, to date night, to music and style, Menage a Trois Wines, and a lust for what’s wild.

White Wine Chills Out with These Serving Tips
related blogs
Experiment Threely

Go ahead, Experiment Threely with our trio of wine & cheese pairings.

The art of pairing wine and cheese is one for the ages: A timeless romance that captivates the senses with endlessly delicious possibilities ...

Fig Cocktail

Wishing Summer would never end? Let it linger with our Ménage à Trois Sunset Fig Cocktail

If you’re not yet craving the crisp bite of fall, let summer linger on your lips just a bit longer with a fruity, tropical cocktail that m ...

Juicy Peaches, Savory Prosciutto, and Ménage à Trois Gold

Experience the Thrill of the Grill With Juicy Peaches, Savory Prosciutto, and Ménage à Trois Gold

Summer’s heat has nothing on this mouthwatering recipe that’s fired up and hot off the grill. If you’re in the mood to “Experiment T ...

White Wine Chills Out with These Serving Tips

Exotic vacations, five-star cuisines, pulse-racing romance—some things are best served hot. White wine, however scintillating our Ménage à Trois varietals may be, is not one of them. To quickly cool off your Chardonnay or lower the temps on a Sauvignon Blanc, follow these tips before you sip for a speedy cool down.

Coddle Your Bottle
Wrap your varietal in a damp towel, then place in the freezer for about 10-15 minutes. The wetness from the towel will help cool down the bottle at a faster pace.

Drop In Frozen Grapes
Use frozen grapes in place of ice cubes to quickly cool off your glass without diluting the wine.

Dip Into an Ice Bath
Place your wine bottle in an ice bucket with ice water and a pinch of salt. The salt lowers the freezing temperature of the water, enabling the ice to cool off the water (and thus, your wine) at a quicker rate.

Temperature Tips
If you have more time to turn down the temps, follow this standard for white wine chilling: High acid wines should be stored at about 45 degrees, while rich whites should be stored closer to 50 degrees. If the temperature is too cold, the flavors will be suppressed. If it’s too warm, the acidity and minerals of the wine won’t be properly expressed.

Want to keep the conversation going? / SHARE THIS

Please verify that you are 21 years of age or older by clicking the link below.

ENTER SITE