Trudeau Aroma Aerating Pourer with Stand
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- Aerating pourer with stand by Trudeau
- Stylish clear and black finish
- Double aeration allows the wine to be aerated while it is inside the bottle, as well as during pouring; decanting by-the-glass made easy
- Improves bouquet and flavor instantly by injecting air into the wine as you pour
- Five year warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Last night my girlfriend (who has 750 bottles of wine in her cellar) and I did a taste test--blind for her but necessarily not for me. We started with a Don Cayetano Chilean red. Three large glasses. One with wine right out of the bottle, just after opening. The second with the wine poured through a Vinturi. The third with the wine poured through this product. I knew which was which, and I felt that the Vinturi worked better than this, but this worked very well. My girlfriend didn't know which wine was in which glass until she tasted them. Then she immediately knew which was which. The unaerated wine was pretty harsh and oaky. The other glasses were open and smooth and delicious. You might say that the Vinturi is like letting the wine open in a decanter for an hour, while this product is like letting it open for a half hour. In seconds. Both products use Venturi valves to introduce a lot of air into the flow of wine. I don't know why the Vinturi opens the wine more, but it does.
So why did I buy four more of these after the taste test, rather than buy more Vinturis? 1) The Vinturi weighs twice as much, though it's about the same length. 2) This product fits right into the bottle, while with the Vinturi, I have to hold the device with one hand while pouring the wine with the other--it's awkward and easy to spill. 3) It's easy to drip wine out the bottom of the Vinturi after aerating wine and while returning it to the stand. By contrast, this product doesn't drip and it stays attached to the bottle, so it's easy to pour one-handed.Read more ›
Great product worth every penny and these will make great Christmas gifts.
It was simple to use and came in a very nice sturdy box to keep it stored in - like it's going to get stored away for any length of time around here. I'd say if you're a wine drinker this is a good purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For starters, this thing is extremely easy to use. I don't know that it's fair to say this will improve every bottle of wine, but I think most people will find it enhances at... Read morePublished 18 days ago by onlineoverinperson
Easiest aerator because you can switch it from bottle to bottle.Published 2 months ago by Christine
This aerating wine pourer really works! Saves time needed to let the red breathe.
The Trudeau design suits all the different bottles' opening it has been used with so... Read more
Trudeau is a go to brand: mechanically sound and lovely design. Works like a charm.Published 4 months ago by G. Irwin
Purchased this as a gift for my husband and he uses it all the time. Wine does very well without breathing in advance. It's also easy to use and doesn't drip.Published 5 months ago by odie33
I don't always drink wine, but when I do I Aerate it as I pour it. Seriously elevates the drinkability of many mid-tier wines.Published 6 months ago by pjmelle
like the convenience of attaching to bottle. Gave this one as a gift. We tried side by side test. Can tell some difference, but my husband actually liked the unaerated taste... Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. Grossi