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The Corkdork

Ah, Brian,
The operative word is "young wines". Older wines like your Cafaro can be killed by air pretty quickly. It really depends on the wine. My friend "O" and I had a bottle of 83 Chave the other night and it got better and better as the meal wore on. Thanks for reading! - CD

Brian Milelr

Your converse is true. I had a 1990 Cafaro Cab that was "done" by the end of the night (I liked it a lot at the beginning, though!)

farley

So true. I work in a tasting room, and most of our wines taste much better the second day. I tell people to drink half the first time they open and come back to it the next day (or day after). And that's always a good sign the wines will age well.

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