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BORDEAUX WINE
"One of the known characteristics of Bordeaux wine is its ability to age. This aging process can be very slow, and some wines may not even reach their peak for several decades. But in order for this to happen, the wine must be stored properly. Fortunately, this is fairly easy as long as three major criteria are addressed properly: temperature, humidity, and light. 
"One common debate is the ideal time to drink wine. While there are many who believe that Bordeaux wines should only be experienced at or near their peak, other feel that young wines that are ‘not quite ready’ can deliver the same level of enjoyment. There is definitely nothing wrong with drinking young Bordeaux wines, and it is really up to individual taste (literally).
"To serve wine properly, you only need to adhere to a few rules. First, wine is best when served at an optimal temperature. This temperature can vary, depending on the type of wine (red, dry white, sweet white, Rosé, etc.). But for Bordeaux wines, here are some general guidelines: Red Bordeaux 16-18° Celsius (61-64° Fahrenheit) White Bordeaux 6-8° Celsius (43-47° Fahrenheit) Sauternes 10° Celsius (50° Fahrenheit)
Red Bordeaux wines are known for their complex bouquets consisting of numerous aromas. For this reason, it is generally preferable to choose a glass with a slightly larger, more open bowl that slightly tapers in at the top.
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