Hyper-Decanting – Extreme aeration to open up your wine.

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In this video I perform a wine hyper decantering to really open up those aromas and flavours.

The importance of letting wine breathe to improve its overall taste is nothing new, but it turns out you can maximise the effect. By pouring your cheap bottle into a blender and blitzing it for around 30 seconds your wine will be rendered mellower, fruitier and taste a whole lot more expensive.

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