FineDine Double-Wall Stainless Steel Insulated Ice Bucket With Lid and Ice Tong [3 Liter] Included Strainer Keeps Ice Cold & Dry, comfortable Carry Handle, Great for Home Bar, Chilling Beer, Champagne and wine
Brand: FineDine Color: Silver Features: KEEPS CHILLED - The ice bucket is crafted of double wall stainless steel to keep your ice frozen solid. Comes with a matching, airtight lid, the rubber seal effectively sealing the temperature in for maximum insulation. PREMIUM STAINLESS STEEL - Constructed of smudge-proof, brushed stainless steel, the ice bucket projects a sleek, modern look to upgrade your event. None of the harmful toxins found in plastic for this purely stainless bucket. STRAINER and TONG - Keep melt water away from your ice with this advanced strainer. Any water will drain, leaving you with solid ice. A handy tong is included with the bucket for easy gripping and serving. CONVENIENT and HANDY - Equipped with a handle, the bucket can be gracefully and elegantly carried. Handle swings out of the way when not in use. For ultimate convenience the tong and lid neatly latch onto the bucket. EASY TO CLEAN - The bucket is a breeze to clean. Just rinse by hand with soap and warm water for gleam and sparkle. Note: Never place the bucket in the dishwasher. Details: ice bucket with tong Package Dimensions: 10.0 x 7.4 x 7.4 inches
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How to Use a Wine Server
1. Add Ice
To get a cool temperature, you'll need a lot of ice to fill your bucket. The metal material is an excellent thermal conductor, which helps the cooling process transfers faster to the wine.
2. Add Water
Not many people are aware that it's faster to cool wine in ice water. Water molecules move faster than air molecules, so temperature transfers to the bottle at a quicker pace. This is because water molecules are much closer than air molecules, and they're more contained.
3. Add Salt
Salt lowers the freezing point of water. Water has a freezing point of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, and if you add salt, it'll drop to zero degrees. Salt molecules tend to displace water molecules which leads to a lower freezing point.
Things to Remember When Serving Alcohol
1. Red wine is best served at room temperature
Full-bodied red wine tastes the best at room temperature. The cold temperature dulls the flavors of the wine since the aeration process is slowed down.
2. Frosted wine glasses don't work as well
While frosted beer glasses are a thing, leaving your wine glass in the freezer is not a good idea. Wine glasses are thinner and have less surface area, so it's less likely for your wine to chill with a frosted traditional wine glass.
3. Ice directly in alcohol is always bad
Ice may cool your drink immediately, but as it melts, it will dilute your drink. This is why most alcoholic beverages do not have ice in the glass when it's served. Water can dull the flavor and make your wine drinking experience less enjoyable.