The colder the better when it comes to white wine is often the norm. The trouble with serving it cold is that cold takes away from the true taste of the wine, which is only good if it’s a bad bottle of wine! The better the white wine, the less cold it should be to get the true taste of the wine. Any white wine served cold will taste lighter and much less flavorful.
For less expensive whites, sweet wines, blushes and rosés, as well as those of you who want your white wine colder, then keep them in the fridge and just take them out about 30 minutes before serving.
Ok, there you have it! Now you know the correct temperatures and the tricks to serving it right. Now go have some wine with friends and enjoy all it has to offer!