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7 Nov 2018 08:16 PM EST

According to Mother Nature Network, Some wines truly improve with time, and if you're thinking about starting to buy some bottles to put away, there are some things you need to take into consideration.
Lily Mirabelle Freedman of Acker Merral & Condit's The Wine Workshop in New York City says, “If you drink a wine in its youth and it has a lot of balance, on that balance, the wine can age.”
In wine, balance means both a good amount of acidity and a fair amount of tannin.
Something else to consider is storage. Freedman went on to say that “ideally, you should store wine in a temperature-controlled designated area.” A wine refrigerator — not your kitchen refrigerator, which is too cold — is best.

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