“…most of today’s fine wines will reach a point of diminishing returns on aging after just five years of added cellaring after release…10 years of aging and you have embraced 99 percent of all the world’s wines, never mind how renowned or expensive…” Interesting isn’t it?
- A Sign of the Wines: Oak Barrels (redenvelope.com)
- Aging wine: an accidental result of bad technology (steveheimoff.com)
- Wine Words: Aging Potential (thekitchn.com)
- Best Wine Picks for 2012 (foxnews.com)