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Why You Should Put Your Wine in the Blender - CHOW Tip (54,173 Views) QR Code View Video

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Maxime Bilet, coauthor of Modernist Cuisine, says that instead of waiting up to two hours to decant wine the traditional way, you can improve the taste of wine in seconds with what he calls "hyper decanting." ======================CHOW.com========================= CHOW Tips are the shared wisdom of our community. If you've figured out some piece of food, drink, or cooking wisdom that the world has to know about, send us a message and tell us what you've got in mind! See all the newest uploads from CHOW with the Latest Videos playlist: http://bit.ly/owLvNO Subscribe to CHOW: http://bit.ly/xTzxYj For more recipes, stories and videos, check out http://www.chow.com/videos CHOW on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CHOW CHOW on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Chow ======================================================== TRANSCRIPT Wine is traditionally decanted to expose it to air and allow it to open up. This process usually involves pouring the wine into a glass vessel, setting it aside for forty-five minutes to two hours, and allowing the air and oxygen to do its work. At Modernist Cuisine we came up with a pretty crazy way, but also a very efficient way of doing this process much faster and we call it hyperdecanting. Pour your wine into the blender and give it a whiz for thirty seconds to one minute. You're going to see this very dramatic head of foam form on the top, don't be afraid. Give it about ten seconds for the foam to die down and serve it. Hyperdecanting is really best done with younger wines such as big Shiraz and Cabernets. Slightly aged wines often are just too fragile to be used with this process.

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