ServingA standard serving for a glass of wine is a 5-ounce serving. Each bottle of Cedar Creek wines holds 750 ml of wine, so each bottle has about 4-5 servings of wine in it.
Exception to the Rule:
Even though Cedar Creek Rosé bottles hold 750 ml at 18% alcohol, a little bit of Rosé is meant to go a long way! Rosé is served in a much smaller quantity than other Cedar Creek wines: 2 ounces should be served in small glasses.
The shape of the glass you use can be helpful for the wine you are enjoying. Generally, red wines are served in glasses that have large bowls and a slightly narrower top, while white wines are served in slightly smaller bowled glasses.
It’s important to be mindful of the temperature of your wine because temperature can affect the taste of your wine, either negatively or positively. Generally, young whites and blushes should be served chilled, and reds should be served at a cooler room temperature. Below is a helpful Serving Temperature guide for Cedar Creek wines.
La Belle Vie
Cedar Creek Syrah
Beaujolais Uncle Pierre
Cedarburg Spice (or gently warmed)