Editor’s Note: As Carl continues to rest at home, we went back to our informal poll from last week to find out what wine drinkers want to know more about. This week’s winning topic is about the aging of wine. The question was asked: How long can a wine be stored before it goes bad?
As I have mentioned a number of times in my blog over the past years, most wines sold in the U.S. are made for immediate consumption. Usually they should be consumed within 24 months after purchase. Even though the wines are made to consume at an early age they still need to be kept…primary flavors, secondary flavors, tertiary flavors, wine aging