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Old September 14th, 2018, 06:48 AM
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is this per year?
It says, this is for the year of 2016. Basically, they must have divided sales by population, which may be incorrect.

Like, I have 4 bottles of wine lying at my home for months. I'm not into wine, so until wine drinker guests show up, it'll keep getting aged.
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Old September 14th, 2018, 07:18 AM
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It says, this is for the year of 2016. Basically, they must have divided sales by population, which may be incorrect.

Like, I have 4 bottles of wine lying at my home for months. I'm not into wine, so until wine drinker guests show up, it'll keep getting aged.
it doesnt age in a bottle.
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Old September 14th, 2018, 07:52 AM
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it doesnt age in a bottle.
I know that, but I like to make other people think so. Of course, expert wine drinkers like you don't buy my theories.
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Old September 14th, 2018, 08:03 AM
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I know that, but I like to make other people think so. Of course, expert wine drinkers like you don't buy my theories.
I had the same question and I actually bought the showing in bottles part and thought ageing in casks is only for whisky
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Old September 14th, 2018, 11:25 AM
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I had the same question and I actually bought the showing in bottles part and thought ageing in casks is only for whisky
The minute wine leaves the barrels/casks the ageing stops.

Anyway, a wine which is bottled a year or two ago is pretty good today.
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it doesnt age in a bottle.
wikipedia disagrees. It seems ageing is more to do with chemical reactions within the wine than containers, unlike whiskey where the flavors of containers supposedly influence the taste of a single malt.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aging_of_wine

Storage factors
Main article: Storage of wine
The storage condition of the bottled wine will influence a wine's aging. Vibrations and heat fluctuations can hasten a wine's deterioration and cause adverse effect on the wines. In general, a wine has a greater potential to develop complexity and more aromatic bouquet if it is allowed to age slowly in a relatively cool environment. The lower the temperature, the more slowly a wine develops.[4] On average, the rate of chemical reactions in wine double with each 18 F (8 C) increase in temperature. Wine expert Karen MacNeil recommends keeping wine intended for aging in a cool area with a constant temperature around 55 F (13 C). Wine can be stored at temperatures as high as 69 F (20 C) without long term negative effect. Professor Cornelius Ough of the University of California, Davis believes that wine could be exposed to temperatures as high as 120 F (49 C) for a few hours and not be damaged. However, most experts believe that extreme temperature fluctuations (such as repeated transferring a wine from a warm room to a cool refrigerator) would be detrimental to the wine. The ultra-violet rays of direct sunlight should also be avoided because of the free radicals that can develop in the wine and result in premature oxidation.[2][12]

Wines packaged in large format bottles, such as magnums and 3 liter Jeroboams, seem to age more slowly than wines packaged in regular 750 ml bottles or half bottles. This may be because of the greater proportion of oxygen exposed to the wine during the bottle process. The advent of alternative wine closures to cork, such as screw caps and synthetic corks have opened up recent discussions on the aging potential of wines sealed with these alternative closures. Currently there are no conclusive results and the topic is the subject of ongoing research.[1][4]
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wikipedia disagrees. It seems ageing is more to do with chemical reactions within the wine than containers, unlike whiskey where the flavors of containers supposedly influence the taste of a single malt.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aging_of_wine

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Main article: Storage of wine
The storage condition of the bottled wine will influence a wine's aging. Vibrations and heat fluctuations can hasten a wine's deterioration and cause adverse effect on the wines. In general, a wine has a greater potential to develop complexity and more aromatic bouquet if it is allowed to age slowly in a relatively cool environment. The lower the temperature, the more slowly a wine develops.[4] On average, the rate of chemical reactions in wine double with each 18 F (8 C) increase in temperature. Wine expert Karen MacNeil recommends keeping wine intended for aging in a cool area with a constant temperature around 55 F (13 C). Wine can be stored at temperatures as high as 69 F (20 C) without long term negative effect. Professor Cornelius Ough of the University of California, Davis believes that wine could be exposed to temperatures as high as 120 F (49 C) for a few hours and not be damaged. However, most experts believe that extreme temperature fluctuations (such as repeated transferring a wine from a warm room to a cool refrigerator) would be detrimental to the wine. The ultra-violet rays of direct sunlight should also be avoided because of the free radicals that can develop in the wine and result in premature oxidation.[2][12]

Wines packaged in large format bottles, such as magnums and 3 liter Jeroboams, seem to age more slowly than wines packaged in regular 750 ml bottles or half bottles. This may be because of the greater proportion of oxygen exposed to the wine during the bottle process. The advent of alternative wine closures to cork, such as screw caps and synthetic corks have opened up recent discussions on the aging potential of wines sealed with these alternative closures. Currently there are no conclusive results and the topic is the subject of ongoing research.[1][4]
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Oh.. so wine ages even in bottles..
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Oh.. so wine ages even in bottles..
most of the wine is actually aged in bottles. the crucial point is the condition that the bottle is kept in - needs to have uniform temperature and humidity, hence the need for underground wine cellars where temperature and humidity is maintained.
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most of the wine is actually aged in bottles. the crucial point is the condition that the bottle is kept in - needs to have uniform temperature and humidity, hence the need for underground wine cellars where temperature and humidity is maintained.
huh. Good to know. I didnt know wine can be aged in bottles.
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