If you are one of those that loves to indulge in a bottle of your favourite wine, chances are you have found yourself in a dilemma where you couldn’t finish a bottle and stuck as to how to store it.
There is no reason to fret next time you find yourself with an open bottle of wine that you know you won’t finish. All you need do is pull out the ice cube tray.
Still wondering? You can freeze your wine for best results. Freezing wine in small servings is one of the best ways to preserve wine for cooking or consumption at a later date. Also, it is a great option for turning into wine slushies whenever the mood strikes and you want to indulge in your favourite drink.
Be it red, white, rose or sparkling wine, they all can all be frozen into cubes ― even blue wine.
Now you already know it’s a great idea to freeze your wine but how do you go about it? There are a couple of things you should know before freezing leftover wine.
Firstly, it’s a good idea to measure out the wine you pour into the ice cube trays. By doing so, you have an idea of the serving per ice cube. Secondly, you should keep in mind that wine won’t freeze entirely.
This should by no means scar you. It will freeze firm enough to be moved to another container for storage, but won’t be as solid as regular ice.
Last but not the least, when you’re ready to cook or employ your poison in a cocktail, you can choose to use it straight from its frozen without any fear.
This way, you don’t have to worry about the leftover uncorked bottle spilling it’s contents or any other accident that may happen. Enjoy your wine in its frozen state!