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Le Chateau glass decanter allows wine to breathe, exposing the wine’s rich, natural aromasLe Chateau glass decanter allows wine to breathe, exposing the wine’s rich, natural aromas
Wine carafe fits an entire standard 750ML bottle of wineWine carafe fits an entire standard 750ML bottle of wine
Crystal wine decanter has a large, easy pour slanted spout that eliminates wine spills and dripsCrystal wine decanter has a large, easy pour slanted spout that eliminates wine spills and drips
Decanter is an ideal wine accessories and gifts, perfect for any occasion Decanter is an ideal wine accessories and gifts, perfect for any occasion
Purpose of a wine decanter? The purpose of decanting wine is twofold. For older, well aged wines, pouring into a glass decanter like ours at Le Chateau, helps to separate the sediment formed overtime. This allows you to have a smooth, not bitter, tasting wine. Secondly, wine decanters and carafes introduce oxygen into the wine, releasing its natural aromas and flavors that were previously trapped in an airtight bottle.
Is this only for red wine? Unlike red wine, white wine typically does not form sediment, reducing the need to be decanted. However, all wines, including white wines can benefit from a bit of oxygen to help open up. Aged red wines should be decanted to separate any sediments, while younger red wines need time to “breathe” to reach maximum flavor and aroma.
How long should wine aerate? Depending on the type and age of your wine, you should let your wine aerate in a wine decanter for a minimum of 30 minutes up to a few hours before serving. Younger wines typically require more time to decant to allow any bitter or strong acidic notes to soften.
How to pour into a decanter? Uncork your bottle of wine and pour slowly into the wine decanter. It’s best to hold the red wine decanter at a slight angle to avoid any splashing. Continue to pour until the sediment at the bottom of the wine bottle is visible at the neck. Now you have a perfectly clear and smooth wine ready to enjoy.
How to clean a wine decanter? While our crystal wine decanter is dishwasher safe, we highly recommend hand washing with dish soap and warm water, then drying upside down.

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