Craig Winchell wrote:I've got to object here. If a wine isn't tasty immediately upon pulling the cork, the wine isn't going to be tasty a couple of hours later. Some breathing can help a wine resolve itself, help nuances come out, and change the balance a bit, but it isn't going to make a mediocre wine taste good.
Craig Winchell wrote:If a wine needs aeration of 15 minutes to taste good, the implication is that it tasted bad, or at least mediocre, up until that point..
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