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What to do with Leftover Wine

Got a half bottle of leftover wine after your dinner guests leave? Don’t pour it down the drain! Check out the tips below so you can keep it fresh and save it for later!

Freeze the wine

Freezing wine is a great way to reuse leftover wine! Using frozen fruit can be a fun way to keep your wine chilled, but they affect the bouquet and flavor. Plus, they tend to thaw very quickly. And we’ve all tried using a reusable whiskey cube – that’s a fun way to clank your teeth. If it’s a wine you drink often (because of course Bogle is!), use your frozen wine cubes to chill your glass of that same wine without affecting the favor! We especially love using the frozen wine hack for our Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Pinot Noir.

If you pre-measure the amount into each space in the ice cube tray you can use the frozen wine for cooking. Pull it out anytime you have a recipe that calls for it. We love using it for sauces and reductions!

Put leftovers in the fridge

If you have wine left over, re-cork your bottle or move it to an airtight container and stick it in the fridge! Both white and reds can be put in the fridge to lengthen the lifespan of your wine. Wine’s main enemy is oxidation, so make sure it’s sealed tight and then the cold fridge will keep it fresh for days. For red wine, leave it out on the counter for 10 minutes after so it returns to its ideal serving temperature.

Even better would be to use a tool that helps preserve the wine by removing the chance of oxidation, like a vacuum sealer. These aren’t very expensive and there are several types widely available. Pump out the air until you feel resistance, and your wine will last on the counter for several more days!

  • TIP: We recommend using the pump each day so the cork stays tight and air is removed.

Cheers to saving every last drop of Bogle!