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Wine gadgets that work

By Angela

Of course for Christmas I got some wine and wine gadgets. One of my new favorite toys is the wine pump sealer from Brookstone. This is the greatest wine vacuum pumps of all. There’s no air pumps or no extra gadgets. All you do is attach the wine sealer on top of the bottle and you pump the top a few times and your done. It lasts at least 5 to 6 days it’s awesome and the wine tastes better after you reopen the bottle. Click here for the link to the wine pump page.

Another Christmas gift I received (well I got it last year for Christmas) was the Vinturi deluxe red wine aerator. The deluxe set came with a stand, the aerator, and a filter. This is the answer to everyone’s prayers who doesn’t have time to aerate wine for and hour or 2. You put the filter inside the aerator part and then you put it on the stand and have your glass underneath it. (look at the picture below) It aerates wine one glass at a time and its taste like the wine has been breathing for an hour. I would suggest purchasing the filter and aerator (they come together) and not the stand. When it was on the stand it leaked some of the wine. If you hold it over your glass and pour the wine through it then there is no spilling or splattering. This is the greatest invention for wine lovers. Click here to view the aerator web page.

Last but never least is the Ravi instant wine refresher. This gadget chills your wine to the perfect drinking temperature (reds and whites). It chills the wine not the bottle and you don’t have to worry about pre-chilling your whites before you serve them it does it for you. You put the pourer on top of your bottle and you have the perfect temperature to drink your wine. Click here for the Ravi web page.

I hope these gadgets work for you as they have worked for me.



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Posted by Angela at 2:28 pm in Wine Misc | Permalink | Comments (2)

2 Responses to “Wine gadgets that work”

  1. Asgar says:

    I like the wine aerator, we at http://www.winegifts4u.co.uk do a lot of wine tastings and most of the time we do not have a few hours for the to wine aerate. Will have to get one for the office.

    All the Aldis in the UK stock wine which are very affordable.

  2. Angela says:

    Yes, Asgar it really works great, I love it. I have never had a bad glass of wine from it.

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