The below infographic depicts the proper amounts of years you should leave a red wine sit for it to taste Immature, Optimal, or Tired. People tend to think that you can age all wines, or that the longer you age them, the better it is. As the below infograph shows, that is not always the case, and that for particular wines, you really need to watch how long you let it sit before it can turn into straight vinegar! We made this infographic because our website is primarily focused on providing all of the basic information about almost any wine you can think of so you can reference and enjoy. 
 


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05/16/2017 7:10pm

The wines taste better when aged. The ageing process is long and it usually takes many years before it is ready to be consumed. Ageing improves the taste and quality of wines. A lot of patience is required. The older it gets the better it tastes.

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