Why use a wine aerator?

The aerator oxygenates the wine. It helps open up the aromas and soften the tannins of a red wine, so you can enjoy it to the full, even if you open it at the last minute. Enjoy better aeration control without rushing your ageing wines.

Perfectly controlled aeration for all your wines

The most common method for aerating wine is to use a carafe, or to open the bottle a few hours before tasting. With carafing, therefore, you need to open your bottle of wine in advance to take full advantage of its potential.

With an aerator such as Aveine connected models, aerate your wines in just a few minutes and prevent the risk of oxidation. Our aerators provide just the right amount of oxygen, for a wine that retains its color and balance. And, without any shyness, reveals its aromas!

Unleash your aromas for wine tasting without false notes

Before being tasted, wine needs to breathe. Aerating the wine allows its bouquet of aromas to develop, and your palate to appreciate all its flavors, even the most discreet. The aerator allows the wine and its aromas to open up in just a few moments, so you can enjoy your wine to the full tasting by the oenological book.

The promise of spontaneous, tasteful wine tastings

Thanks to wine aerator, gain in spontaneity and appreciate all the qualities of wine in the moment. After opening the bottle or putting it in a carafe, you have to wait a while before enjoying your wine. If the unexpected had no place in oenology, wine aerators have remedied this problem, inviting great vintages and crus to the dinner table and unannounced aperitifs.

Don't wait hours to enjoy your Bordeaux thanks to Aveine wine aerator. Our aerators are equipped with a spout for easy use. Position the aerator on the neck of the wine bottle, then pour the precious nectar into your glass.

Another precaution to take before tasting: take the bottle of wine out of the cellar a while before serving, to ensure it is at the right temperature.

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How to choose your wine aerator?

Softer tannins and less astringent wines

Tannins cause astringency in the mouth during tasting. A wine aerator softens the tannins. It's a particularly practical accessory when you like tannic red wines.

Wine aerators: a tool for professionals

While it fits perfectly into your home, this practical device is ideal for professional use.. The aerator allows you to enjoy a perfectly oxygenated wine in a restaurant, without having to call the sommelier or choose your meal in advance, for a "no-nonsense" food and wine pairing.

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Aveine's advice

If they are regularly used in conjunction with each other, it's important to distinguish between a wine aerator and a decanter. Some devices perform both decantation (separation of deposits) and aeration of the wine. Other models are aerators or decanters only, and perform only the oxygenation or decanting process. Choose your appliance according to the wine to be aerated.

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