Choosing a wine aerator will require knowledge on the types of wine. There is a misconception that all wines will taste better when aerated. If the output is not up to standard, the tendency is to think that the aerator failed. This is not the case most of the time because the wine was not supposed to be aerated in the first place. Knowing the texture and the composition of the wine will help a lot in determining what aerator can be used.

Wine is a drink that underwent a long process of fermentation and aging. Aerating extends the process by letting more air into the wine, and understanding the process will help in selecting the appropriate aerator to use.