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Fun Activities to Do With Wine

Posted by Scott on 2/11/2014 to Aerating Wine
What types of fun things do you do with wine? There is always a good reason to get everyone together and enjoy a glass!

Transporting Your Wine With Style

Posted by Scott on 12/27/2013 to Aerating Wine
The next time you bring wine to a party or picnic, transport it in style with a wine carrier that keeps it at the perfect temperature. Do not carry your wine in a paper bag; instead, put white wines in an ice carrier and red wines in a basic insulated wine carrier to ensure they all arrive ready to go.

Choosing the Perfect Aerator

Posted by Taylor on 12/11/2013 to Aerating Wine
Aerators are a great addition to any home that loves the taste and smell of wine. However, if you have never shopped for an aerator before, you may find that it can be confusing because there are so many different options to choose from.

Why You Should Consider Aerating Your Wine

Posted by Taylor Quarles on 10/26/2013 to Aerating Wine
Aerating wine involves the simple process of exposing it to air before serving. Accomplish wine aeration simply opening a bottle and letting it sit for a half an hour to 45 minutes before serving. Pouring wine into a decanter represents a quicker way to aerate it. A number of benefits accrue with wine aeration.

How Wine Has Evolved Throughout History

Posted by Melissa on 7/30/2013 to Cool Wine Accessories
Wine has been an integral part of agriculture, cuisine, and social occasions for thousands of years. Exactly how we make, store, and use wine has changed and developed through the years.

What are Wine Aerators?

Posted by Carlos on 6/17/2013 to Aerating Wine
Hailed by gadget lovers and wine connoisseurs since 2007, aerators reduce the amount of time to allow the wine to breathe. For most, enjoying wine earlier after opening the bottle is more enchanting and desirable.

How Aerators & Decanters Breathe Life Into Your Wine

Posted by Melissa on 1/22/2013 to Aerating Wine
Wine decanters and aerators serve a similar purpose. Both allow wines to aerate by forcing air to circulate through the wine.

Does a "pouring aerator" work as well as a Decanter?

Posted by Taylor on 7/19/2012 to Aerating Wine
Makers of the pouring Aerators claim they work as well, or better. The pouring aerator is definitely convenient, and does improve nose and taste of wines.
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