Quick Answer: Can we drink red wine with ice?

Does ice in wine reduce alcohol content?

Some folks find the idea of winemakers “watering back” controversial, a cheat to stretch and cheapen wine. But if you’re sitting at home and you want to reduce the alcohol content in the glass of wine in front of you, you can add water (or an ice cube).

What does ice do to alcohol?

Ice not only chills your drink, it dilutes the alcohol, and using low-quality water or the wrong size cubes can ruin an otherwise carefully crafted cocktail. But H2O isn’t the only way to go. You can create boozy ice balls to keep your cocktail cold without diluting it as much—plus you get to enjoy two drinks in one.

Can you put ice in rosé wine?

“On a hot day, popping a few ices cubes in a glass of wine to keep it cool and refreshing is no crime.” Even Martha Stewart agrees. “I often put ice in my rosé,” she told Jezebel earlier this year. “Just to, well first of all, keep it really cold on a hot night.”

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