Wine writers, critics and experts have long had their own vocabulary when it comes to describing wine and its attributes, yet some of the best known terms often confuse the drinking public.
The last enemy, humidity, is something of a double-edged sword. If the humidity is too low, the cork can shrink, letting air in an turning the wine to vinegar. Too much humidity and the cork will mold. Your wine can end up tasting like the floor of a rain forest.
Now you’re probably thinking you can do this simply by deboucheur it and letting it stand, or maybe even pouring some into a glass. This will aerate it to a certain extent (in the second example anyway) but it won’t aerate fully.
3) Twist corkscrews- This type of corkscrew consists of only two pieces. It has no lever, no hinges or clamps. It uses the simple mechanism of piercing the screw into the cork and removing it afterwards.
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Really, the only way to tell if a wine needs to breathe is to taste it. If there is a sharpness or a bitterness that you do not like, aerate the wine for five to ten minutes and see how it tastes. If it is better, but needs more time, you can let it sit in a decanter for a bit. Unfortunately, if this is your first time serving this kind of wine or this vintage of wine, you are going to be doing a bit of guesswork.
Choose a dark storage. Never ever store your vintage in an area that’s open to direct sunlight. The heat from the sun allows the wine to oxidize and when oxidization occurs, it loses not only its color but also its flavor. You don’t necessarily need to have a cellar at home, any cool and dark place should be enough for your wine storage. You can even store it in the pantry or inside cupboards.
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