Now that's a great drop!

Glass of The Duo shiraz from Virgin Australia and St Hallett

That first sip is what makes or breaks a glass of wine, but when you are flying, the dice rolls a lot earlier.

Atmospheric pressure changes and drier air conditions, around 12 percent humidity which is drier than the average desert, when flying affect how we taste wine and food and not in a good way.

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