Hey folks.. A while back I ran into a problem with a bad rotten egg smell that everyone is all too familiar with. People suggested Reduless and I bought some and treated the wine. Perhaps I convinced myself that the treatment worked completely but now a few months later.. I can't help but notice that disgusting smell (and consequently taste) is still there. My wine is about 6 months old now, it's crystal clear, and I'm wondering if its too late to retreat it with Reduless. Some information I read on this problem stated that after a while the H2S forms some other compounds which are nearly impossible to remove. Also, I was wondering if I should try the copper wire trick on a glass of the wine to see what happens with the smell too. So is there some deterministic time table that says at this point its too late to treat it again?