Airlines invest big in wines with taste

09/21/2012 | CNN

Travelers selecting wine while on flights may want to go with a sweeter wine rather than a cabernet sauvignon or a Bordeaux because our bodies perceive less fruit and more acidity, this feature says. "I also need to know that the fruit is so forward that the wine is expressive, that the wine has so much to say that at 35,000 feet I can still smell it," says Doug Frost, master sommelier for United.

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