Why You Almost Never See Red Wine In Clear Bottles | Bon Appétit

Red wine almost always comes in a dark bottle while white wine mostly comes in a clear bottle – but why? The answer from sommelier André Hueston Mack could surprise you.

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9 Replies to “Why You Almost Never See Red Wine In Clear Bottles | Bon Appétit”

  1. I don't like shorts, they belong on TikTok. Because this is YouTube and I see something vertically filmed, I find this offensive and it clutters my feed.

  2. You are my absolute favorite. My wine choices have improved dramatically since this series started

  3. Please stop it with the shorts. If I wanted to be on Tik Tok I’d be on freakin’ Tic Toc. Thanks.

  4. Question what is the difference in wine where you can age some types and others go bad?

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