Once you open a bottle of wine, how long will it last? The simple answer is the higher the quality of the wine, the longer it will last. The reason wine spoils is because of oxygen absorbing to the wine. Mass produced white wines should only last 2 days. The highest quality will last at least 7 days refrigerated. Red wines will have similar shelf life to white wines. Sparking wines will last the least amount of time, while fortified wines can last for up to 8 weeks.
- Higher-quality wines will keep longer in an open bottle than low-quality wines
- High-quality red and white wine will keep three or four days
- Sparkling wines have to have a proper stopper in order to keep the pressure in the bottle
“Really high-grade, single-vineyard wines with a high fill level will last for at least a week in the fridge, in my own experience.”
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