Most wine lovers know the basics — white wine should be chilled, red served at room temperature. But do you know the ideal temperature for drinking rose, champagne, or a pinot grigio? Neither did I. But there are optimal conditions for drinking different wines. For instance, sparkling prosecco should be served at a lower temperature than full-bodied whites, like a French Chardonnay. This thermometer slips easily around the bottle and lets you know when you’re wine’s chilled enough to taste at its best. Even better, it comes with a guide of optimal temperatures to ensure you’re tasting every wine at its best.