I disagree that sulfur ages out. It will out gas in the glass once it is poured, but it will not age out. One trick I have found that works well is to run the beer through a piece of copper when racking. This takes away a lot of the sulfur. Or, of course, you can bubble Co2 through the beer but it will also strip away a lot of the beers aromatics.
Sulfur is generate by the yeast and I have had problems with certain wheat beer strains, but I wonder if there isn't something about the wheat malt itself that causes the yeast to generate the sufur. I always add a good nutrient now to my wheat beers and that seems to have taken care of the problem.