Vinturi 6700 Essential Wine Aerator for Red Wine forum
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I haven't heard of the knock-offs but the box said Venturi, if this helps any.
Dec 16, 2013 by Calif. Granny
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I believe decanting the red wines makes more of a difference.
Mar 20, 2013 by betty r nielsen
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does it fit in bottle Mar 3, 2014
No, that is not how it works ... Hold aerator over glass and pour wine through for instant aeration; mixes proper amount of air in right amount of time.
Mar 3, 2014 by Rohan R. Patil
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Basically it greatly shortens the time needed for a wine to breathe so that you can drink it right away and enjoy the intended taste. I know of a number of wineries that use it when pouring their wine samples for prospective customers. I cannot comment on the wines to which you mentioned.
Jun 22, 2013 by TOM VACHTA
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After using the aerator for a while and multiple times through the wash I would recommend replacing it. This is just to insure you are getting the most out of your aerator.
Jan 19, 2014 by Josh the truck guy
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It depends on the wine you are drinking. Some friends brought over a nice bottle and there was some sediment and it did remove it. I think you should use it because you don't want the sediment in you glass or stomach... However it is very easy to remove. I have used the aerator several times and I tell you it takes the harsh edges off of wine straight from the bottle. I love red wine but rarely drink it because I am impatient (I don't give it an hour to breathe) and cheap. I find you need to go into the $15+ range to get a really drinkable bottle and I cap my expenditure at $10/bottle. I feel like this helps in making a cheap bottle drink a like a higher priced bottle. You can really get the bouquet and flavor and not the harsh tanins and alcohol bite. Hope this helps.
Oct 6, 2014 by T_AMAZON
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is this made in US? May 12, 2014
No. According to the box "Made in China". Hope this helps.
May 13, 2014 by Seeley Kondris
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I believe it's a mini size. There is a red wine taste difference between using and not using the aerator.
Mar 2, 2014 by ajf5992
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No. There isn't a travel pouch. Included is a stand to put it on after using. I just wash after using and place back in the box for storage.
Feb 27, 2014 by C. Mahoney
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I have had mine for a few years. It did not come with a pouch.
Feb 27, 2014 by Diane LaMarche
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