Nicholas VinOair Wine Aerator
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- Compact tool provides immediate aerating of your wine
- Dual oxygen chamber pulls twice the vacuum as the other leading aerators
- Also functions as a wine pourer and drip stopper
- Pocket sized for easy travel--no stand needed
- Hand wash with warm water
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Top Customer Reviews
The reason I give it 4 and not 5 stars is that the other popular product - Vinturi - which I have also used, areates the wine more than this unit. The other item - Vinturi - aerators more but leaves a lot of mess behind in terms of spills and drops due to the way it is supposed to be used.
1) Immediate aerating of your wine. It's like letting the wine breathe in a decanter, only you don't have to wait.
2) No more drips! It's like magic - you pour and absolutely nothing drips or spills.
3) Easy to clean. Just run water through it.
4) It's portable. Unlike a decanter, you can bring this on trips with you.
1) Very occasionally, the rubber stopper is tricky to get into some bottles (particularly cheap wine, for some reason). We've always been able to get it in and out, but sometimes it's a bit of a squeeze.
MY TESTS: I have conducted blind tastings on red wines comparing the Vinturi and the VinOair against decanted wine and fresh-out-of-the-bottle wines. The Vinturi still fares best by far, simulating about 1-hour's worth of decanting to us tasters. This product, the VinOair, provides less, perhaps about 15 to 30 minutes of breathing.
GOOD USE OF THE VINOAIR: Use this to pour and drink now if the wine is fine with no or minimal decanting. However, I find almost all reds benefit from some breathing, so simply use this to pour your wine into a decanter or some sort and give your breathing a head start. This can be done, however, with any wine aerating device.
CONVENIENCE: The VinOair is half the size and weight of a Vinturi, hence fits better in a pocket or whatever. Importantly, it allows for a one-handed pour (you have to hold the Vinturi over your glass unless you purchased one with a stand). This encourages use.
PRICE: I paid only $12 for the VinOair, so it was worthwhile to me. However, I see that in some places this VinOair is about the same price as a Vinturi -- perhaps not worth it there.
NICE GIFT: this is a great and inexpensive gift idea for red wine lovers who do not yet decant their wines. All decanting or aeration is beneficial to the taste, and some people may not use a Vinturi simply because you have to hold it over the glass. Idea: tie one to a wine gift bag for a cool accessory/bling.
Bottom Line -- I liked it but do not use it all of the time, choosing to use a Vinturi for most pours.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased 2 other similar ones before buying this one and ended up returning them. This one provides excellent aeration and works flawlessly. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Fandavro
I bought this as a kind of stocking stuffer for my husband. I was hoping for something that would aerate wine a bit without spending a fortune (and without making a mess). Read morePublished 20 days ago by Deborah Cull
If you've never used a wine aerator you've got to try this one. It is easy to use and really improves the taste of wine, no matter what kind or brand. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas H. Firth III
Excellent product. The taste is wine is tremendously improved since the air is removed, allowing you to taste just the wine itself. Cheers!Published 2 months ago by Carlos Meneses