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    Sunday
    Mar192017

    Turn wine into wine that taste like more a expensive wine.

    That's what the folks at the Eparé Pocket Wine Aerator booth says. You can use their device to enhance the flavor and finish of wine by releasing its natural bouquet. Just push the button, and watch the aerating motor create tiny air bubbles which rapidly introduce oxygen into the wine, freeing its tertiary aroma. The heightened aroma enriches each glass’ flavor, completing your wine experience. It accommodates all styles of wine, with 3 aeration settings, and it's small enough to store in your pocket. (Take it to a restaurant, bar, even a picnic too.) Aerate your glass on demand in as little as 15 seconds. The website says you can make a $10 bottle of wine taste like a $30 bottle in as little as 15 seconds. I feel cheated. Eugene at the booth said I could make a $10 wine taste like a $20 win. So where did the other $10 go? The Eparé Pocket Wine Aerato has three different settings (White, Red, and Port) which lets the user customize the aerating experience. The aerator measures 6" long, 1" tall and 1 ¼" wide, and weighs just 3 oz. Under $20. I know very little about wine, and only like very sweet wine. I did a several taste tests with my spouse. Out of 8 tries, I guessed the Aerated wine every time. My spouse guessed the Aerated wine only half the time, actuallly prefering the unaerated wine as tasting more full-bodied. About $20. 

    Giz Wiz Video with a company spokesperson: https://youtu.be/SIsUBb5wMfU

     

    Company website: http://www.epare.com/  

     

    Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2kv6slP

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