More Than Wine
Wines are considered “live” because after year-long bottled ageing, they get delicate fruity bouquet and soft velvety taste. This is the genuine treasure of natural antioxidants.
Kakhetian winemakers remind that aroma of young red wine does not unfold entirely. Thus, when a wine bottle is corked, the beverage that gets in touch with the oxygen and begins to “breathe”. To intensify it, connoisseurs pour wine to decanters – special glass dish. It is considered that decanters are used for separating the sediments. But this is only half true. The shape of decanter is so that wine in it comes closely in contact with air and quickly fills with oxygen. If you don’t have a decanter - this is no problem. Fill your wine-glass; just let it “breathe” for some time and it will taste rich.