How long will wine keep after it is opened?

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2 weeks if the cork gets put back in
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How long can you keep dry marsala wine for once opened?

Answer . Since Marsala is a fortified wine it will not spoil, though its taste will decline over time. If you plan to drink marsala, it will taste best within the first few

How long does mulled wine keep?

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How long can you keep chardonnay wines?

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How long will pinotage wine keep?

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How long can bordeaux wines keep?

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How long do red wines keep?

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How long you keep the open bottle of white wine?

Until the taste is off. An open wine bottle will slowly turn to vinegar. This depends on a lot of factors how fast that process goes. neither wine nor vinegar is toxic, so you