The shelf life is the stage when the food is suitable for consumption. Most of the food after the shelf life will not be eaten because the ingredients and nutrition have changed. So, can red wine still be drunk after its expiration date?
1. Whether red wine can still be drunk after the expiration date depends on the specific situation.
2. Can drink. In foreign countries, red wine generally does not have a shelf life. People can fully identify the consumption period of red wine based on experience or knowledge. Usually, the shelf life is used to ensure that the human body will not have much impact after drinking this bottle of red wine. Secondly, red wine will have a certain period. Entering the aging period does not mean that the red wine is broken. As long as the taste and color of the red wine have not changed, it can be eaten in moderation.
3. Can not drink. Red wines within the shelf life are generally clear, non-precipitated, and non-turbid light red wines with a mellow, rich taste and high edible value. Red wines that exceed the shelf life may appear turbid and precipitate, and the taste will become sour, which is easy to eat after eating. It can cause physical discomfort, so red wine that has passed the shelf life is generally not recommended to continue to eat.