There is nothing quite like a red wine that has had plenty of time to age and has been properly stored in a cellar during that time period. When stored out of the light and at the right temperature for an extended period red wine has the opportunity to age as it should. Of course the wine must be stored correctly or outside variables can have a negative effect on just how the wine ends up tasting.
Of course to cellar a bottle of wine you must start off with a premium wine that will benefit from time in storage to promote its flavors. The cellar should not expose the wine to light and should be kept at a constant sixty degrees with seventy percent humidity. This will insure that the wine will be kept perfect until the day you are ready to enjoy it.
After removing a red wine from the cellar to enjoy it is important to also not rush in and pour a glass to experience. Reds need to be poured into wine decanters in order to remove any sediment that has settled in the aging process and to allow the air to aerate the wine. Once wine lovers experience red wines after aging many have a hard time going back to non-aged reds.