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How to chill a bottle of wine faster

6197640150419262476.jpgJames Ransom/Food52All you need is an ice bucket, water, and lots of salt.

 

You can prepare all you want for a party — make lists, buy bags of ice, chill your wine, make everything in advance?— and still find yourself, a little after 10 PM, with a room full of thirsty people and a fridge that’s been raided of all its chilly Grüner or Prosecco.

Here is how you fix that problem:

To chill a bottle of wine in a jiffy, you just need an ice bucket — or a less classy but equally large receptacle — plus some ice, water, and lots of salt.

Related: Once your Prosecco is chilled, turn it into this?amaro-based cocktail.?

6197640177802019568.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

First, toss your ice with a handful or two of salt, and distribute it evenly. Place your bottle in whatever vessel you’re using, then dump the ice over it. (If you’ve been drinking, you will spill some ice. Accept this.) Pouring ice over a bottle is much easier than trying to shove a wide bottle butt into a bucket of ice.

Then fill your bucket with cold water, as high as the neck of the bottle, so that it is surrounded by a mixture of salty, ice-filled water.?

Related: How to make crushed ice

6197640244428712158.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Why does this work? In order for your wine to cool, heat (energy) needs to move out of the bottle and into its surroundings -- which is why you surround it with cold things. Liquid transfers heat more quickly than the pockets of air that sit between ice cubes, which is why water is key here. The salt helps to lower the freezing point of your ice-water mixture -- in the same way that you salt your driveway in winter. This way, there’s more ice melting in the mixture; melting requires energy, and the closest place to find that energy is your bottle. Energy leaving your wine more quickly means chilled wine,?tout de suite.

Your wine will be cool in roughly 10 minutes. In the meantime, distract your guests with charades.

Related:?Common entertaining mishaps and how to (prevent) or fix them

6197640436034974958.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Read the original article on Food52. Copyright 2015. Follow Food52 on Twitter.

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How to chill a bottle of wine faster

6197640150419262476.jpgJames Ransom/Food52All you need is an ice bucket, water, and lots of salt.

 

You can prepare all you want for a party — make lists, buy bags of ice, chill your wine, make everything in advance?— and still find yourself, a little after 10 PM, with a room full of thirsty people and a fridge that’s been raided of all its chilly Grüner or Prosecco.

Here is how you fix that problem:

To chill a bottle of wine in a jiffy, you just need an ice bucket — or a less classy but equally large receptacle — plus some ice, water, and lots of salt.

Related: Once your Prosecco is chilled, turn it into this?amaro-based cocktail.?

6197640177802019568.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

First, toss your ice with a handful or two of salt, and distribute it evenly. Place your bottle in whatever vessel you’re using, then dump the ice over it. (If you’ve been drinking, you will spill some ice. Accept this.) Pouring ice over a bottle is much easier than trying to shove a wide bottle butt into a bucket of ice.

Then fill your bucket with cold water, as high as the neck of the bottle, so that it is surrounded by a mixture of salty, ice-filled water.?

Related: How to make crushed ice

6197640293144311092.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Why does this work? In order for your wine to cool, heat (energy) needs to move out of the bottle and into its surroundings -- which is why you surround it with cold things. Liquid transfers heat more quickly than the pockets of air that sit between ice cubes, which is why water is key here. The salt helps to lower the freezing point of your ice-water mixture -- in the same way that you salt your driveway in winter. This way, there’s more ice melting in the mixture; melting requires energy, and the closest place to find that energy is your bottle. Energy leaving your wine more quickly means chilled wine,?tout de suite.

Your wine will be cool in roughly 10 minutes. In the meantime, distract your guests with charades.

Related:?Common entertaining mishaps and how to (prevent) or fix them

6197640380698860432.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Read the original article on Food52. Copyright 2015. Follow Food52 on Twitter.

More from Food52:

SEE ALSO: The real reasons Trader Joe's wine is so cheap Also Like:
http://coachoutlet.kchbags.com/
http://official.uscoachoutletbags.com/
http://www.nicesuggest.com/
http://mundoarts.com
http://www.coachoutletonline24.us.com/
http://www.michaelkorsoutletus.us.com/


How to chill a bottle of wine faster

6197640150419262476.jpgJames Ransom/Food52All you need is an ice bucket, water, and lots of salt.

 

You can prepare all you want for a party — make lists, buy bags of ice, chill your wine, make everything in advance?— and still find yourself, a little after 10 PM, with a room full of thirsty people and a fridge that’s been raided of all its chilly Grüner or Prosecco.

Here is how you fix that problem:

To chill a bottle of wine in a jiffy, you just need an ice bucket — or a less classy but equally large receptacle — plus some ice, water, and lots of salt.

Related: Once your Prosecco is chilled, turn it into this?amaro-based cocktail.?

6197640177802019568.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

First, toss your ice with a handful or two of salt, and distribute it evenly. Place your bottle in whatever vessel you’re using, then dump the ice over it. (If you’ve been drinking, you will spill some ice. Accept this.) Pouring ice over a bottle is much easier than trying to shove a wide bottle butt into a bucket of ice.

Then fill your bucket with cold water, as high as the neck of the bottle, so that it is surrounded by a mixture of salty, ice-filled water.?

Related: How to make crushed ice

6197640244428712158.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Why does this work? In order for your wine to cool, heat (energy) needs to move out of the bottle and into its surroundings -- which is why you surround it with cold things. Liquid transfers heat more quickly than the pockets of air that sit between ice cubes, which is why water is key here. The salt helps to lower the freezing point of your ice-water mixture -- in the same way that you salt your driveway in winter. This way, there’s more ice melting in the mixture; melting requires energy, and the closest place to find that energy is your bottle. Energy leaving your wine more quickly means chilled wine,?tout de suite.

Your wine will be cool in roughly 10 minutes. In the meantime, distract your guests with charades.

Related:?Common entertaining mishaps and how to (prevent) or fix them

6197640369005249008.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Read the original article on Food52. Copyright 2015. Follow Food52 on Twitter.

More from Food52:

SEE ALSO: The real reasons Trader Joe's wine is so cheap Also Like:
http://coachoutlet.kchbags.com/
http://official.uscoachoutletbags.com/
http://www.nicesuggest.com/
http://mundoarts.com
http://www.coachoutletonline24.us.com/
http://www.michaelkorsoutletus.us.com/


How to chill a bottle of wine faster

6197640150419262476.jpgJames Ransom/Food52All you need is an ice bucket, water, and lots of salt.

 

You can prepare all you want for a party — make lists, buy bags of ice, chill your wine, make everything in advance?— and still find yourself, a little after 10 PM, with a room full of thirsty people and a fridge that’s been raided of all its chilly Grüner or Prosecco.

Here is how you fix that problem:

To chill a bottle of wine in a jiffy, you just need an ice bucket — or a less classy but equally large receptacle — plus some ice, water, and lots of salt.

Related: Once your Prosecco is chilled, turn it into this?amaro-based cocktail.?

6197640177802019568.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

First, toss your ice with a handful or two of salt, and distribute it evenly. Place your bottle in whatever vessel you’re using, then dump the ice over it. (If you’ve been drinking, you will spill some ice. Accept this.) Pouring ice over a bottle is much easier than trying to shove a wide bottle butt into a bucket of ice.

Then fill your bucket with cold water, as high as the neck of the bottle, so that it is surrounded by a mixture of salty, ice-filled water.?

Related: How to make crushed ice

6197640244428712158.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Why does this work? In order for your wine to cool, heat (energy) needs to move out of the bottle and into its surroundings -- which is why you surround it with cold things. Liquid transfers heat more quickly than the pockets of air that sit between ice cubes, which is why water is key here. The salt helps to lower the freezing point of your ice-water mixture -- in the same way that you salt your driveway in winter. This way, there’s more ice melting in the mixture; melting requires energy, and the closest place to find that energy is your bottle. Energy leaving your wine more quickly means chilled wine,?tout de suite.

Your wine will be cool in roughly 10 minutes. In the meantime, distract your guests with charades.

Related:?Common entertaining mishaps and how to (prevent) or fix them

6197640351762798574.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Read the original article on Food52. Copyright 2015. Follow Food52 on Twitter.

More from Food52:

SEE ALSO: The real reasons Trader Joe's wine is so cheap Also Like:
http://coachoutlet.kchbags.com/
http://official.uscoachoutletbags.com/
http://www.nicesuggest.com/
http://mundoarts.com
http://www.coachoutletonline24.us.com/
http://www.michaelkorsoutletus.us.com/


How to chill a bottle of wine faster

6197640150419262476.jpgJames Ransom/Food52All you need is an ice bucket, water, and lots of salt.

 

You can prepare all you want for a party — make lists, buy bags of ice, chill your wine, make everything in advance?— and still find yourself, a little after 10 PM, with a room full of thirsty people and a fridge that’s been raided of all its chilly Grüner or Prosecco.

Here is how you fix that problem:

To chill a bottle of wine in a jiffy, you just need an ice bucket — or a less classy but equally large receptacle — plus some ice, water, and lots of salt.

Related: Once your Prosecco is chilled, turn it into this?amaro-based cocktail.?

6197640177802019568.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

First, toss your ice with a handful or two of salt, and distribute it evenly. Place your bottle in whatever vessel you’re using, then dump the ice over it. (If you’ve been drinking, you will spill some ice. Accept this.) Pouring ice over a bottle is much easier than trying to shove a wide bottle butt into a bucket of ice.

Then fill your bucket with cold water, as high as the neck of the bottle, so that it is surrounded by a mixture of salty, ice-filled water.?

Related: How to make crushed ice

6197640244428712158.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Why does this work? In order for your wine to cool, heat (energy) needs to move out of the bottle and into its surroundings -- which is why you surround it with cold things. Liquid transfers heat more quickly than the pockets of air that sit between ice cubes, which is why water is key here. The salt helps to lower the freezing point of your ice-water mixture -- in the same way that you salt your driveway in winter. This way, there’s more ice melting in the mixture; melting requires energy, and the closest place to find that energy is your bottle. Energy leaving your wine more quickly means chilled wine,?tout de suite.

Your wine will be cool in roughly 10 minutes. In the meantime, distract your guests with charades.

Related:?Common entertaining mishaps and how to (prevent) or fix them

6197640339480553156.jpgJames Ransom/Food52

 

Read the original article on Food52. Copyright 2015. Follow Food52 on Twitter.

More from Food52:

SEE ALSO: The real reasons Trader Joe's wine is so cheap Also Like:
http://coachoutlet.kchbags.com/
http://official.uscoachoutletbags.com/
http://www.nicesuggest.com/
http://mundoarts.com
http://www.coachoutletonline24.us.com/
http://www.michaelkorsoutletus.us.com/