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How to serve wine

3 basic tips on how to serve wine

When we talk about serving wine, your mind definitely goes into glasses. And yet, in this article, we will not talk about glasses at all. Instead, we will talk about three other basic things one should have in mind in order enjoy wine in the best possible way.

The first one, has to do with the right temperature. Looking at the labels of your wines, you realize that almost all wine producers tend to inform consumers about the right temperature at which the wine they have chosen should be served. In general, we can say that dry white wines and rosé are served cold (about 10°C). Cold, however, are served the finest white wines, but sparkling wines as well, at a temperature of about 6-8οC. And from these, we move ahead to red wines. These are usually served at room temperature, unless they have a lighter and fruity character. If so, then, you can… just drop their temperature and enjoy them in their coolest version. In any case, you should never put ice in your wine , neither put it in the refrigerator.

Next step; The transfusion, also known as the “breath” that wine has to get right before you enjoy it. How that works? After opening a wine, transfer it to a jug and leave it for about 20 minutes before serving it, in order to unfold its flavors. This is a tactic that is usually followed in aged wines.

Finally, we pass on the actual serving of the wine. Each type of wine (and glass) has its own rules. When serving red wine, the quantity should be slightly below the wide area of the glass, while serving white or rosé should be slightly above the wide area. As for the sparkled wines and champagne? The ideal serving quantity is considered up to the middle of the glass.

Organizing Kitchen

5 tips to organize properly your kitchen

There is no better way to use your kitchen than to organize it properly. In this article we have gathered for you some useful tips and smart ideas in order to help you create the most enjoyable and functional kitchen possible. You can find them bellow:

  1. Get in the zone: What does this mean? That you can divide your kitchen into zones according to the use you make at each point. For example, around your electric cooking appliance, you can create the cooking zone and supply it all the utensils and raw materials you use when cooking. Moreover, you can also divide the utensils in groups according to their use. Next zone? The storage zone. This, of course, includes the refrigerator, and the cabinets that may be around it. What’s in there? All the products that you may not use on a daily basis.
  1. Categorize according to usage: Supply your workbench with all the things you use on a daily basis. As far as the rest of the things are concerned, you can store them in some secondary “zones” (i.e. on higher cabinets). In the same way, you can also try to organize your shelves, and also divide them thematically i.e. pasta, sauces, cans, spices, and so on.
  1. Invest in storage spaces. Until recently, the open shelves were a must. To this, you can also add the cabinets which are making a comeback (especially these covered with glass). They give you the opportunity to… expose your favorite utensils to a common view (if you want to!), but also to see everything contained in our closet without even having to open it.
  1. We say “yes” to hangers! Hangers help us to take advantage of our kitchen’s empty spots both in the walls and in the air. If you like the specific aesthetic result that comes up from this, you can just… adopt them and hang on hooks your utensils.
  1. We divide our meals: No, we are not talking about cooking things. We are talking about organizing them. How we can achieve this? By separating our cabinets and also the shelves of our refrigerator according to our meals. For example, gather all the necessary products you use for your breakfast all in one place. Do the same with fruits and vegetables, but also with snacks! Indeed, this advice will also help you organize your meals and also deal with craving in a… healthier way. You can therefore collect a variety of healthy snacks at an obvious and easily reachable spot in your kitchen.

Outdoors Bbq

Outdoors Bbq

ΒΒQ Time

Create the most functional and complete outdoor kitchen with Sub-Zero & Wolf, which offers you a complete range of products to equip your garden or patio. Which are these products? You can find them bellow:

Outdoor gas grill

Wolf outdoor gas grills use two types of heat, direct and radiant, to achieve the ideal temperature range and uniform heat distribution that are the keys to flawless grilling. Sculpted in double-wall stainless steel and heli-arc welded for seamless strength, the Wolf grill may be the last one you’ll ever need to buy.

Warming drawer

Superior air control ensures that dishes you finish at different times stay warm, moist and ready to serve on your schedule. In addition, you can use it in order to warm up or defrost any kind of food, even for pastries.

Outdoor refrigerator drawers

With the Sub-Zero outdoor refrigerator drawers, advanced food preservation features keep fresh food and beverages at your fingertips. These outdoor drawers, have been clad in heavy-gauge stainless steel that withstands UV rays, salt, and moisture.

Burner module

Τhe Wolf Burner Module provides you with just enough extra grill space for sauces, side dishes, heating buns or bread.

 For more information regarding Wolf’s exclusive outdoor barbecue grill and other outdoor Suz-Zero & Wolf products, please visit our showroom (78 Poseidonos Avenue).


Freezing & Packaging

Freezer: Pack your food properly

A good freezer can undoubtedly contribute to better preservation of food, extending not only its “life” but also its taste. An important role in this, however, is the proper packaging of food. Below, you will find some simple tips on how to properly pack your food in order to allow your freezer to do its job properly. Find them bellow and try to follow them one by one:

  1. Select containers, bags and airtight containers suitable for food, and -in particular- for the freezer.
  2. Freeze your food after you have divided it into portions. In that way, you will know exactly how much food you are going to warm up and better estimate the amount of food you need to defrost.
  3. Do you want to freeze burgers, meatballs, schnitzels and other similar foods? In that case, it is better freezing them first on a tray and then transfer them to a special food bag or another freezer utensil. This tactic, will prevent the food from sticking together and dissipating when you will try to defrost it.
  4. If you want, you can use disposable utensils for certain foods. Of course, we refer to those foods that – when you take them out of the freezer – you have to put them in the oven in order to warm them up or to finish the last stage of their preparation (i.e. cooking).
  5. Stick labels on the packages. You see, some foods can remain in the freezer for a long time. This means that you can’t possibly remember when you chilled them or when you should consume them. A label with the type of food that the package contains and the date you have put it in the freezer, it will help you keep everything under control.


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