aerating wine

A Quick Soiree with Andrew Lazorchak.

What is your position with Soiree? I am the co-owner and managing partner for SoireeHome. How did you come to be involved with Soiree? Soiree was conceived of over a few different nights at a wine bar that I designed for my, now, business partners but prior long time family friends.   I was an architect at that time, with a focus on architectural branding.  After some discussions at the wine bar and looking at all…

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Win a Soiree Sport Edition Luxury Wine Aerator!

It’s been a little while since my last giveaway, so I’m going all-out on this one! For those of you that aren’t familiar with my personal favorite wine aerator (that I use almost daily), the Soiree: Is made of Boro-silicate glass (aka Pyrex) watch out for cheap/plastic imitators! Works with all kinds of wines, as well as all shapes and sizes of bottles! Prevents dripping. Aerates your wine as you serve it, therefore no waiting!…

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What’s the rule for how long a wine should be left to breathe in a decanter?

Tough one, and not with a very straight-forward answer! But this is wine, right? And if there’s one thing to be learnt from the world of vino, it’s that nothing is straight-forward! Ever! When it comes down to it, it’s really a matter of preference for how long a wine should be left in a decanter before you serve it: – If a wine is young and bold, an hour or two should suffice. Any…

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