Frequently Asked Questions
Do you organize winetasting tours?
Sure! Just make sure to book with us 24h prior to the tour and we will make sure that you have an unforgettable experience
I can’t find Château Cana at my local grocery store!
Check out section where to find us to see if another store near you carries Château Cana. No luck? Give us a call on +961 81 340 043. You can always ask your local grocery store to carry Château Cana too!
What's the best temperature for serving wine?
The optimal serving temperature for red wines should be served between 16 and 18 degrees, whereas white and rosé wines between 9 and 12 degrees.
“We serve red wine at room temperature” was invented at an era where average room temperature was 17 degrees!
How do I store my wine if I don’t have a temperature-controlled cellar?
Find a place in the dark with a fairly constant moderate temperature. The bottom of a closet is ideal.
Any tricks to attain the right temperature?
If you have an ice bucket, fill it with ice, and cover the ice with water. If the "room temperature” of your red wines is above 18 degrees, keep the reds in the bucket for 10 minutes, whites and rosés for 20 minutes.
You can also roll a wet towel around the bottle and place it in the fridge for 15 minutes for a red bottle and 30 min for whites and rosés.
How do I remove a red wine stain?
If the stain is fresh (less than 10 min) forget about putting salt on it, and soak it in an old or cheap white wine bottle. The next time you don’t finish a bottle of white wine, make sure to keep it around, you never know when it might come in handy!nisl consectetur et. Nulla vitae elit libero, a pharetra augue. Curabitur blandit tempus porttitor.
How long after opening can I drink the wine?
Have some wine left for another time? Just keep the air out by resealing it with an airtight closure and stick it in the fridge and you should be good to toast for around 4 days. The celebration can keep going!
Is wine good for you?
A glass of dry red or white wine has approximately 120 calories. However, Red wine in particular is said to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. In addition, alcohol has an anticoagulant effect, which makes blood less likely to clot. There is also evidence that wine can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or having a stroke.