Can every wine be aged? This is undoubtedly one of the most frequently asked questions about wine. In most people, we can say that there is a generalization that a wine that has been waiting for years is very valuable. Table wines produced for daily consumption do not have the ability to age, and their purpose is for consumption in a short time. In most cases, it is sufficient to present young wines at the appropriate temperature with the appropriate food and in a suitable glass according to the wine. Aging of wine means that the wine is oxidized to a certain extent and yet it becomes more delicious, preserves its properties, softens its tannins, and reaches a balanced and complex structure. In the world of wine, preserving a wine without vinegar for many years is not enough to call it aged wine. From this point of view, more than 5% of the wines produced in the world do not have the ability to age.