Can Wine Be Frozen?


You can freeze wine though it won't be very suitable for drinking after freezing; you can only use it for cooking. This is a nice way of preserving left over wines. Since wine has alcoholic content, it will not freeze completely but will remain soft at the edges. Hence it will thaw quite easily.
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Wines do not fare well under extreme temperature changes. Whatever taste you were expecting will not be there.
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