Late at night (actually wee small hours). End of year.
2012's humour, or cynicism, allotments not yet quite expended. So ...
The art of wine appreciation tends to be uncomfortably close to the realms of the advanced applications of oxygen free copper cables in audiophile applications, the mystical and near magical ability of vaccuum tube amplifiers to process music in manners as yet not remotely matched by solid-state wannabees, the use of magnets to repair/heal/rejuvenate/... about anything, most uses of crystals outside hard Physics, and the large majority of social sciences.
If you do come across anything in some other realm that is "xxxing nicely" then you should probably shun it, too, like the plague.
All that said, the article cited by Bill Franke does seem to be well written, humorous in a not too overdone way and demonstrates an impressive degree of knowledge of and involvement with something which is as much an art form as a scientific endeavor. Odds are that any other usages you do find would fall in similar areas where people have taken relatively prosaic ( eg in this case oxidation products of fermented fruits) and added layers of mystique which may or may not be amenable to attempts at correlation with any known reality.
So, crystals might, perhaps, be resonating nicely.
OFC cables used in conjuction with suitable audio equipment may be harmonizing, perhaps resonating or ....?
Magnets? Well! The oppotunities are endless.
But, no, not as I recall :-).