With this factor in mind, what would you guess is the aging potential of WE's new Int'l w/ Grape Skins kits? I'd like to try a couple, but my consumption plan would put them about 2 years old before we started drinking them. Hmm.
Coates Law of Maturity says that a wine should remain at it's peak for a period equal to the time it took to achieve it's peak flavour, but
I don't think that it can be strictly applied to blends of concentrates, and, juices of varying potential.
I'm not sure about the aging potential of the new WE skins kits, but if I was going to guess; I think that they would be good between 2 & 3 years. I would expect that there would be some variation between the different kits.
Wine appreciation is a subjective thing. I thought the CC Amarone was at it's best between 2 & 3 years, but my wife liked it better after 3 years when it had mellowed somewhat.