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I bought a bottle of zinfandel with my girlfriend about three weeks ago. I put it in the fridge for the evening but we never ended up drinking it, and I haven't had a use for it since she left.
Today a coworker and I were talking about having a dinner party at her place, and I mentioned that I had a fantastic zinfandel in my fridge I would bring over. She made a face and said that red wines should never be stored in the fridge.
Now, I know enough about wine to know that red wine is, subjectively speaking, "better" at room temperature, as opposed to white wines, which are nice chilled. However, this bottle of wine has been in my fridge for three weeks. From a casual wine-lover's perspective, have I changed this wine in any way by putting it in my (very cold) fridge for an extended period of time? Or am I fine bringing it to a party if it's room temperature by the time it's served?