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Aervana One-Touch Luxury Wine Aerator

Aervana One-Touch Luxury Wine Aerator
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Impress the Wine Crowd
Aervana is a wine aerating tool that actually works. No matter your experience with wine, you’ll notice the difference between a glass aerated with Aervana and the same wine, unaerated. Having a tasting party? Your friends will get all the fun of seeing your wine bottle transformed into a personal tap for perfectly aerated wine.

Perfect for Parties & Groups
Your turn to have Wine Wednesday? Off to the neighborhood card game? Hosting dinner for the in-laws? Whatever the event – whether you’re out to impress your guests or pick out the perfect host gift – Aervana is your secret weapon. Plus, the stylish design means Aervana will look great on the table.

Reach Aervana Anywhere
Aervana’s portable size and no-mess design makes it perfect to take on the road. Wine picnic at the beach? Sign me up. Your next camping trip? Aervana can go there, too. Wherever you go, perfectly aerated wine can now go, too.

Why We Aerate Wine
You know when you open a new bottle of wine, taste it, and are hit with that bitter, astringent taste, drying out your mouth? That’s caused by the tannins in your wine that occur naturally in the skin and stems of the grapes. Age can help soften tannins, and so can aeration—especially in younger wines where the tannic effect may overwhelm the other flavors and aromas in your wine.

The Aervana Difference
Aervana infuses air into wine as it’s dispensed, providing the oxygen needed to soften those tannins and other less favorable compounds (like sulfites, sulfides, and ethanol) associated with bold reds, allowing you to better taste the key characteristics of your wine.

Will it Work with White Wines?
While Aervana will dispense any wine, Aervana really shines in its ability to aerate the wines that can benefit from aeration. Therefore, some wine varietals – especially those that are bold, tannic, or young – will be smoothed by Aervana, revealing more of the wine’s true flavors and aromas. Red wine varietals more typically benefit from aeration; however, some white wine varietals, like Burgundies and white Bordeauxs, can benefit from aeration.

Wine Varietals that Work Well with Aervana
Aglianico, Bordeaux blends, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Mourvédre, Nebbiolo, Nero D’Avola, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Tannat, Tempranillo, Touriga Nacional, some Malbec, some Pinot Noir

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