Red Wine Aeration & White Wine Aeration
Most red wines and some white wines benefit from some form of wine aeration and in particular, those wines with high tannin levels. The process of aerating wine, or exposing it to air, is often called letting your wine breathe and can invariably make your wine taste better. Wine Aeration helps soften and reduce the tannin and release the flavours and aromas within your wine.
Benefits of Wine Aeration:
Remove tannins in wine Enhance Wine flavours Improve Wine Aroma
Just removing the cork and letting the bottle stand will not effectively aerate your wine as there is not enough space at the neck of the bottle for air to be in contact with the surface of the wine.
To effectively aerate your wine, you should either decant your wine into a decanter or use a wine aerator.
Why Choose WineWeaver Wine Aerator?
The WineWeaver is the ultimate wine aerator, having been voted the ‘Best Wine Aerator’ by Professional Wine Connoisseur, Christopher Delalonde.
Use with a Decanter & a Single Wine Glass
Fits atop of various shape and size glasses
Completely Natural Wine Aeration Process
Smooth and Gentle Wine Aeration Process
Enhances both red wine and white wine
Honeycomb Spout filters sediment & cork
Handsfree wine aerator
Has an integrated non-drip stand
Dishwasher Safe and easy to clean
Very lightweight to sit safely on fine glasses
WineWeaver has a fully moveable spout so that the wine aeration process can be adapted for use with both Decanters and Single Glasses.
Utilise WineWeaver as a Wine Funnel with filter for decanting wine into a decanter, as well as place it on top of your wine glass as a fully functional and highly effective natural wine aerator that emulates the process of a decanter.
Experience an easy to use natural and handsfree wine aeration system from WineWeaver that effectively aerates your wine for better tasting wine.
Fun fact: Did you know that whilst ‘WineWeaver’ is spelt with only one word using two capital W’s, it is commonly misspelt as two words – ‘Wine Weaver’. Also ‘Wine Aeration’ is also commonly misspelt as ‘wine airation’, ‘wine aereation’ and even ‘wine airiation’ !