quality posts: 90
The "leading wine aerator" offers a somehow different unit for white wine than red wine. (I only have the red wine one--bought it from Woot.) Are they right that red and white require different types of aerators or is this product's manufacturer right when it seems to be saying their wine aerator work on both red and whitee wine?
Also, what's the expected life of a glass aerator? I'm pretty rough on things, and like the acrylic (or arcrylic-like) durability of the one I have.
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quality posts: 7
I have used this for about 2 years and love it! Be sure to turn the bottle fully upside down or your defeating the purpose. Only flaw is there is no strainer so for older wines that contain sediment you may want to use something else.
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quality posts: 5
Bought this when it popped up on the woot off many months ago. I absolutely love it. You can notice the difference immediately in the nose. It certainly opens my reds up significantly faster than when I do not use it.
I would and have recommended this to many friends/family. It is very easy to use, especially compared to many others I have seen out there. The aerator cleans very quickly and the stand is perfect for drying storage.
You won't regret if you buy in my opinion.
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