Aerating the wine is important. Each wine has a life of its own. Open a bottle and you can experience the changing flavors as the wine opens up. Wines attaining a higher concentration and density will get much more from aeration, while also taking longer to fade. Whereas some fragile wines (especially older wines) take mere minutes before their unique and delicate flavors begin to fade. It’s also important to remember that not all wines need to be aerated.
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