Usually, waking begins the moment the wine is poured from the bottle into the waker, and the waking time varies from 5 minutes to 2 hours. Generally new wines are basically ready half an hour in advance. More complex is the rich type of red wine, if the storage age is too short, the tannin flavor will be particularly strong, this wine should be opened at least two hours in advance, so that the wine is fully exposed to air to increase the aroma and accelerate maturation. Wines just in the ripening period are generally opened half an hour, to an hour, when the wine is full-bodied and aromatic, which is the best time to taste. The bottle should be kept upright before waking. New wines need to be upright for a day, and aged wines over 15 years need to be upright for 8 days.1. The younger the wine, the higher the tannin content, and the longer it takes to wake up. In general, young red wine waking time is about 1 hour, some wines with high tannin content such as Syrah, BrunellodiMontalcino and Chianti can be extended on top of that. 2. It is not advisable to wake up an aged wine that is more than 40 years old immediately after changing its place of storage because the impurities in the aged wine are very fine and take a longer time to settle. It is recommended that you place the bottle flat for at least a month and then stand it upright for 8 days before sobering it up, and be extremely careful when moving the bottle. 3. Light-bodied, fruity white wines and rosé wines do not require waking. The wine itself is soft, and the intervention of oxygen during waking can make the wine taste bland.
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