Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator For Red Wine
Enjoy your wine from the very first sip by speeding up the aeration to bring out the intended aromas and flavors with Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator. Wine needs to breathe. Wine which has been allowed to breathe tastes better. As wine beathes, it opens up, and releases its intended aromas and flavors. Traditionally, decanters were used to aerate wine. However,
decanting is time consuming, cumbersome, and inconvenient. Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator patent pending design speeds up this process with ease and convenience. Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator provides perfect aeration in the time it takes to pour a glass. Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator provides all the taste with none of the wait! Simply hold Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator over your glass and pour your favorite wine through...it's that fast! The Vinturi draws in and mixes the proper amount of air for the right amount of time, allowing your wine to breathe instantly. It's that easy! Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator includes Vinturi, no-drip stand and travel pouch. Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator is dishwasher safe. A great gift for all wine lovers to enjoy their wine at every sitting! Benefits:
- Better bouquet - Sample the nose. You'll appreciate the subtle aromatic differences and the full aroma of the wine. Vinturi allows wine to display its intended aromas.
- Enhanced flavors - Go ahead, take a sip. Vinturi's wine tastes better. It is more flavorful and has better mouthfeel. It tastes like a richer, more expensive wine. It tastes like it was intended to and is more enjoyable.
- Smoother finish - Ahh. Vinturi's aeration is very effective at softening tannins which results in a much more pleasant finish. Any bitterness or bad aftertaste is reduced or eliminated.
- Convenience - All the taste with none of the wait!
So here's how Harold Import Venturi Essential Wine Aerator works. You have what basically amounts to a funnel. At a specific point along the narrowest route of the tunnel, there are two narrow
holes that intersect the funnel path at a perpendicular angle. When you pour wine in the top of the funnel, it creates a bit of a vortex as it spirals down the funnel's path. As it passes by the two small holes, it draws air in and theoretically, aerates your wine. The aeration, in turn, is supposed to enrich the bouquet, smooth the tannins and enhance the flavors.