Wine Enhancer: A Good Wine Merchant’s Ultimate Tool

There are those who pull the cork from the bottle and pour… and those who pull the cork and pour, but who pull that cork with Aveine’s high-tech aerator. Out of laziness, the desire to drink “straight away”, or even out of ignorance, many wine lovers, and even wine professionals, neglect to let a “good bottle” breathe…

Thanks to a oxygenation device designed by Aveine with  micro-aeration levels optimized according to the wine (by way of a dedicated app), you will be able to make your tipple sublime the moment you uncork it, making you a host “with good taste” and a great connoisseur.

https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/04/aveines-smart-wine-aerator-is-a-huge-upgrade-for-wine-lovers-and-could-create-some-new-ones-too/

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