Should I age my wines before drinking?Updated 9 months ago
We at Bright Cellars want to make great wine accessible to everyone, and to make sure that you get the best wine for your personal taste. At this time, we carry an exclusive range of red, white, sparkling, and rosé wines of different styles.
Our wines are designed to be drunk 'young,' meaning they are designed to be enjoyed within a year or two. While they won't go bad, the majority of all wines produced (not just ours!) are actually not intended to age for long periods of time. Those that are meant for aging need certain levels of acidity, tannins, bold flavors, etc. to mature in a way that tastes good years or decades down the line. Our wines tend to be vintages within the last few years, with the occasional rare exception. Please contact our Wine Concierge Team if you're interested in our premium offerings.
There are plenty of delicious, great quality wines (ours included!) that will lose the freshness in their fruit flavors or any of the more subtle aromas after long cellaring - so drink up and let us know what you think. We love feedback. Plus, your ratings and comments will help your personal taste profile evolve over time and your matches get even better.