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Decanting

Aeration -- friend and enemy of wine
Daniel Sogg
Issue: November 15, 2003


Decanting is one of the more traditional elements of formal wine service, and one of the most controversial. Opinions differ widely as to which wines reward decanting and on how long before serving to decant a wine. Age and bottle condition, varietal composition and production techniques are important variables.

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