Hands On: Aerate Your Wine Instantly With The Host Adjustable Aerator

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 2:19pm by Bryan
  • Taste
  • Design of aerator
  • Design of stand
  • Price

How many wine drinkers do we have here on the site?  At least a few I would think.  Are you tired of letting your wine breathe for hours before drinking? Instantly decant any wine from zero to six hours using Host’s Aerator.  Read on to find out what this little piece of tech can do to make your wine taste a whole lot better.

Wine decanters are not new.  In fact, they have been around for a long time.  Decanters that are in the more expensive price range work as advertised but cheaper more affordable models can be hit or miss.  Host’s Adjustable Aerator finally brings a cheaper decanter to the market that actually performs as advertised.  Check out the video below for a quick peak as to how it all works.



  • Neat organized packaging
  • Very easy directions
  • Friendly no mess pour
  • Works as advertised
  • Very smooth at 6 hours


  •  The stand feels like a very cheap plastic.  It does not match with the beautiful lines created by the aerator.
  • The price is okay.  For the price you expect the stand to be of better quality.

While decanters can work, and mostly work very well for what they do, the Host Adjustable Aerator worked very well.  Instantly you can set the level in which you prefer to aerate your wine, pour, and have a smooth tasting glass of your favorite bottle of wine.  Hopefully Host can work on the stand, give it the same beautiful look as their product, and they will have a 5 star winner on their hands.

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  • Josh Brown

    Pardon me but I don’t fully understand what it does. Can someone help ?

    • Pour Wine through the top, it uses a Venturi principle to aerate the wine so it loses that just from the bottle taste. You may have seen a Venturi gadget that creates tornadoes by hooking two 2-liter soda bottles together to create “Water” Tornadoes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNy7ZWwmIlM