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Wine Aerator Science

wine aerator science

A little bit of wine aerator science can’t hurt – can it?

Wine aerator science, or the art of introducing air into the wine in order to improve the wines taste can be complex. Here we have tried to keep it simple and explain how the WineWeaver® wine aerator can help.

Technically speaking, in the process of making wines and in particular red wines, the wine juice is exposed to the polyphenols held in the plant.  Whilst the polyphenols help the wine they also mean you need to aerate the wine to improve the taste.

Polyphenols are completely natural and found in the stems, seeds and skin of the grapes so don’t worry about them as they are good.

However, they do have the impact of making the wine taste a little tart and astringent (often referred to as tannic or tannin in wine) so whilst they have some good benefits, they just don’t taste nice.

But remember, the vineyard owner has to protect his grapes and one of the side benefits is that the insects also think the taste is horrible and move on to find something else to eat. At least we get the final product – the wine and we have the technical know-how to deal with it.

In every day terms it is the tannin which makes your mouth feel dry and the wine seem a little tight and unpleasant. I have already described the effect of an excess of tannin in wine -speechless sums it up. Needless to say, the wine-maker wouldn’t release to the public a wine that makes your mouth go numb so don’t worry, you are just dealing with a little tannic effect.

All you have to do is add air to your wine, through an aerator or decanter, to instantly improve the taste and immediately reduce the impact of the tannins.

WineWeaver® is a wine aerator and it is designed to do just that; it adds air to the wine in an easy, completely natural and gentle way for a more delicious wine.

Wine aerator science to reduce sediment

Sediment are the very fine fragments left by dead yeast cells and other insoluble particles like grape pulp and tiny bits of grape skin. Again, it is a natural by-product of natural wine making processes and is completely harmless.

It just isn’t pleasant to have little bits on the tongue when sipping your fine wine – not to mention, it is difficult to remove them! Where did you say that spittoon was again?

Take the simple route and use an aerator, like WineWeaver®, which is designed to help remove those particles before you take your first sip.

How to Aerate Wine?

We designed the WineWeaver® wine aerator to sit directly on the glass to give you hands-free wine aeration.  You don’t have to hold the bottle and then try to co-ordinate the wine aerator over the glass.

All you have to hold is the bottle of wine and pour into the WineWeaver® and let the wine aerator do the rest. Just remember you can alter the WineWeaver® spout to suit the size of your glass. There are a few seconds delay as the aeration process works so don’t over fill the glass when you are mesmerised by the beauty of the wine decanting onto the side of the glass.

Aerate to drink better wine, now!

WineWeaver® is a simple to use, efficient and modern wine aerator. You can use it for a single glass of wine or with a full decanter when dealing with highly tannic wines.

Just come home from a hard day at work? Well treat yourself to a perfectly aerated glass of wine, use a WineWeaver Wine Aerator.

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