Tannins help to preserve and improve the wine over time, and the structure of the wine allows it to stand up to aging better. Red wine is aged more frequently than white wine due to its high tannin content and robust structure. On the other hand, white wine is typically lighter-bodied and lower in tannins, so it is often not aged as long or at all.
Why is red wine aged and not white wine?
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