Nothing beats pulling a well-chilled bottle of wine out of an icy bath on a warm summer day. But did you know that many red wines can be enjoyed best with a bit of chill on them? You don\u2019t have to give up drinking red wine with burgers fresh\u00a0off the grill just because it\u2019s hot out.\r\n\r\nHow long should you chill a red? Try to refrigerate one hour before serving, or 15 minutes submerged in an ice water bath. And if you forget about it in the fridge or ice bucket, don\u2019t worry. The wine will come up to temperature with time when you set it on your picnic table. It can also be fun to compare how the wine\u2019s flavor changes as it goes from cold to cool.\r\n\r\n\r\nFrappato\r\nThis Italian grape, native to Sicily, flourishes in the Vittoria wine region in the province of Ragusa. It\u2019s also blended with Nero d\u2019Avola to produce a heartier red, Cerasuolo di Vittoria.\r\nRecommended Wine\r\nPaolo Cal\u00ec 2015 Mandragola Frappato (Vittoria); 90 points, $20.\r\nGamay\u00a0\r\nThe red grape of Beaujolais. Wines from the top sites, or crus, can be surprisingly long-lived, but many can also be enjoyed in their youth.\r\nRecommended Wine\r\nDomaine les Capr\u00e9oles 2015 Chamod\u00e8re (R\u00e9gni\u00e9); 88 points, $17.\r\nZweigelt\r\n\u00a0Much like Austria\u2019s signature white wine grape, Gr\u00fcner Veltliner, Zweigelt can be rich and complex, or light-bodied and refreshing. Great bargains can especially be found in the latter style.\r\nRecommended Wine\r\nEsterh\u00e1zy 2015 Zweigelt (Burgenland); 89 points, $13.\u00a0Best Buy.\r\nCabernet Franc\r\nThis famous variety is one of the main grapes in Bordeaux blends. As a varietal wine in the cooler climate of France\u2019s Loire Valley, Cabernet Franc shows delightful fresh herbal characteristics.\r\nRecommended Wine\r\nDomaine les Pins 2015 Saint-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil; 88 points, $20.