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Aermate Wine and Spirits Aerator provides instant aeration

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Aerating wine can be a time consuming task, pouring the wine from a bottle into a decanter and letting it sit for several minutes.

To cut down on the task that breathes life into red wine, the Aermate Wine and Spirits Aerator was born.

We tried out this unique method by simply pouring some wine from the bottle directly into a glass. To immediately oxygenate, insert the stem into the wine and squeeze the bulb. In just a few quick seconds, our wine’s natural flavor will be brought to life as the Micro Bubble Tip releases particles of oxygen into the wine.

Whether you choose to aerate a bottle or just a single glass, this may be the easiest way to get the full flavor of the wine of your choosing. This allows the wine to breathe for an extended period of time, unlocking the full flavor of the wine, reducing tannins, acidity and sulfides. To clean, simply rinse the stem and tip under hot water and squeeze the bulb pump to dry.

The Aermate can also be used with white wines as well as liquors and other spirits.

For more information, call (855) TINY-BUB or visit www.aermate.com.

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