Continue watching for it, Jim, as they often repeat offerings.Alas, it is apparently sold out.
For that you need to travel to an ancient Italian monastery, or just get a cheap photo filterI wonder if West will loan me that wonderful wall so I can use it for backgrounds in my makeshift studio. Is there anything that wouldn't look good in front of that wall?
If my wife lets me know the dinner plans in time, I will bring a bottle of red up to the dining room, which stays about 65 now.Mine hits 40 on the cold nights. Great for whites For reds, given that I never seem to plan far enough ahead, I stick the bottle in 80 degree water for some 20 minutes or so to bring it up the temp at the last "minute".
I only think it's a problem if it happens repeatedly over a period of years for wines being aged for future consumption. But I admit that I have not seen any scientific studies of this.I think the idea that rapid fluctuation of wine temperature is harmful is a classic myth. If it's so harmful, why don't all the trucks delivering wine to retail stores and directly to consumers that suddenly expose wine to very hot or cold temperatures cause problems?