If you’re tempted to keep your wine in the kitchen fridge, you should avoid this. The humidity levels will be out of kilter for wine storage. You should aim for humidity levels of roughly 70% when storing wine. You won’t get this in the kitchen fridge
I tried both the Red Pepper and Hot Barbeque flavors. Made with beef brisket, they are tender, moist and oh so flavorful. Both flavors bring a bit of heat to the party, but not so much as to overwhelm the palate.