Wine Aerator Used For Testing A Cheap Malbec In The Best Of The Bottom Shelf.
A Mellow ending to a Sharp Beginning
Wine experts agree that the best Malbec wines come from Argentina. In this test, a California Malbec was picked from the bottom shelf that was on sale for $4.99 at a local grocery store. The test subject was a Redwood Creek Malbec, with no year on the label and had a plastic cork.
"The real test is how well a particular wine improves with an aerator", explains the president Leny Freeman, "The Arome Du Vin wine aerator has already proven itself. The focus now is finding those wines, which improve the most. You can find some surprisingly good deals on young bottom shelf wines if all other elements of the wine are good. That's where the bargains are."
A wine continues to age after it is transferred from barrel to bottle. During bottle aging small bitter tannins slowly bond together forming large soft tannins for a smoother flavor, which takes time and increases production costs.
A young wine may have all other factors that go into a good wine except time to fully age. Aerating the wine mixes in oxygen, which accelerates tannin bonding so the test can then determine if the wine is a good buy.
On the initial test, the Oak Creek Malbec had a sharp nose and a sting from both grape and wood tannins.
The Malbec was then run through the Arome Du Vin wine aerator and graded again. The aroma came out and had mellowed considerably. As for the taste, the bitter tannin effect dropped noticeably.
To reduce the tannin effect even more the young Malbec was poured through the aerator a second time. The taste had fully softened but the aroma had diminished. After two runs through the Arome Du Vin aerator the young $5 Malbec was given a grade of $12 to $13.
For this particular wine, one may want to only pour once through the Arome Du Vin, since the aroma diminished after the second pour, even though the flavor had further softened.
At some point in these tests, a wine will pass its point of perfection and begin to diminish. That point is noted for the viewer.
In each video viewers learn:
1. The number of pours through the aerator the wine needs to reach its potential.
2. The tester's opinion of the wine's value after improvement.
3. An invitation to request a specific wine review.
4. A link to purchase their own Arome Du Vin wine aerator.
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Leny Freeman demonstrates how the Arome Du Vin, wine aerator can be a useful tool in finding bottom shelf bargains in this series of good cheap wine reviews . Not all wines tested are bargains but the wines featured in this video series are recommended as a good buy, and new wines are tested on an ongoing basis.
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