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There's no sense serving good wine if you're not going to do so at the right temperature.  This guide should help.

Wine Type Wine Serving Temperature
Full-bodied Red wines 65-68 degrees F
Light-bodied Red wines 60-65 degrees F
Dry White wines 50-55 degrees F
Sweet Red and Sweet White wines 42-46 degrees F
Sparkling Wines and Champagnes 42-46 degrees F

Notes: Degrees shown in Fahrenheit.
To convert to Celsius use the following formula:  (F-32) x 5/9 = C .
Where F=Fahrenheit and C= Celsius.   
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