"Wine can be confusing seriously. Like, does it matter which glass, I use, which one are you supposed to drink with steak again? And are you allowed to put red wine in the fridge, right? Well, don't worry because today we're going to bust a couple of the biggest myths in the wine world and tell you how to make it even easier to enjoy great wine. This story is sponsored by w s j wine w s j wine is a partnership between the Wall Street Journal, and the world's leading direct to home wine merchant, and you'll want to stick around, because after we bust, these myths, we'll tell you how to make it even easier to enjoy great wine. And while we bust, these myths, we may or may not be sampling some wines from WSJ wine, just help us, illustrate our points. We are journalists after all. So the first myth is that you're supposed to chill white wine and not red wine in reality room, temperature is likely to warm for red wine, and your fridge is likely to cold for white before you drink, it tried taking twenty minutes to chillier red wine or leave your white wine out of the fridge, and your experience will be the bee's knees speaking of which let's have a taste of this South African wine called the bee's knees. Shannon blank VA from WSJ wine. Okay. So I don't know if it's the wine itself or the fact that we pulled that out of the fridge twenty minutes ago as recommended but it is so good. It's like the perfect amount of sweet, but not too. Sweet for me. What's not so good is the other major myth? We're gonna bust today. And that's the idea that certain lines require certain glasses this myth came from the Reto glassware company in nineteen Seventy-three when they created a line of variety specific glasses that they claimed would help you smell and taste the wine in different ways. Scientists have looked into this and most research says the effects on taste are minimal at best. So the other wine we're trying in studio. Today is a Raymond vineyards the inaugural cabernet sauvignon from California. I love a good cabernet, and it tastes great. Just with these stem loops wine glasses WSJ wine included, Cody, I know, we said, the glass doesn't matter. But could you please not drink straight from the bottle? That's a little tacky. Okay. Fine. You are right though. This is super"