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Good morning and Greetings from Abu Dhabi,

I've recently moved here and will be staying a few years. The incredibly hot weather makes the wine experience, red or white, not so pleasant. By the time a glass of white wine comes to the table, even if served in a chilled glass, within minutes it gets really warm.  Once, I took my glass of prosecco back, they kindly replaced it with a cooler serving. But I'd like to give constructive feedback to the manager about this issue. I'm thinking that they need to keep their white wines and bubbly wines colder than the usual recommended temperatures, so that they arrive to the table at a reasonable temp and provide a few more minutes of drinking pleasure.  We're thinking of staying off red wine, at least,  during the summer (May-October!), cause it seems a useless effort. Any thoughts/suggestions?

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Thank you all. :-) I like your freely expressed  views. A glass of nicely chilled white wine goes very well on a "warm" evening. It is already nearly 40'C here. Sometime in June, July or August, it might be impossible to sit outside, but for now I'll enjoy every chance to be outside. I'm hoping to have a good chat with the manager, we are now regulars at this Italian restaurant near our new home. Fingers crossed!

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