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Often referred to as "Honey Wine", mead is an alcohol made from fermentation of honey. The temperature of mead you want to drink is really variable. If your mead is lighter and dry, it is better to be chilled like white wines whereas the stronger ones can be served at any temperature. I loved it to be chilled.
Wine is not unlike any other taste you are not raised on: beer, cigarettes, coffee. If you are interested in immersing yourself into wine culture, try training wheels. Most people start drinking coffee by beginning with flavors, like hazelnut and french vanilla. Cigarettes and beer usually have more of a peer-pressure mentality. Popular first cigarettes ...
For a few months I would really not worry too much about your storage, half a year at 80F is not going to destroy your wine. If you have the space in your fridge then that is a better option, but I doubt even the most dedicated wine snob would be able to tell much of a difference. Humidity only matters if you have wine with traditional corks as low ...
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