Waerator – a Wine Aerator

If you are in the market for a new wine aerator, look no further. Waerator is an electric, instant aerator, on sale for $59.99 (a $40 savings) with free shipping at Amazon. As wine lovers, we think the price tag is worth the investment.

Instead of decanting your red wine for several hours to let it breathe, this just requires a push of a button to open up the wine’s flavors so it tastes fuller and richer. Waerator provides the equivalent of decanting your wine for more than 90 minutes.

We tested the Waerator, and there was a noticeable difference in the taste of our red wine before and after using it. It is easy to assemble, easy to clean and light-weight enough to take to picnics, parties or camping. The dual infusion and suction system fully oxidizes and aerates wine and leaves any sediment behind; its airtight rubber seal keeps your wine fresh — apparently up to four days, although we’ve never left it that long. It runs on four small AAA batteries.

According to the company: “Compared to gravity-injected funnels, the Waerator has six times more surface area oxidation, resulting in smoother and more luscious wine. Whereas ‘pour through’ aerators perform ‘surface aeration’ the Waerator wine system offers complete aeration. This wine gadget pairs perfectly with 750ml standard-sized bottles of red wines, dry, full-bodied white wines, and high-end bourbons and whiskeys to enhance flavor.”

So what are you waiting for?

Disclosure: We received this product as a free sample from Waerator. We were not required to write a positive review; the opinions expressed are our own.

Cheers!
Margot and Dave

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About Margot

Margot has been writing about wine since 1997 at KOIN-TV in Portland, Oregon; ten years later, she created this blog. Write for Wine focuses on the fine wines of Washington state, with additional posts about Oregon, B.C., California, ANZ, France, Italy, Spain and more. A former national journalist in Canada, Margot has been a Washington wine enthusiast since moving to Seattle in 1999. Her motto: “It’s wine o’clock somewhere.”