Best Wine Gadgets
Technology is revolutionizing just about every industry in the world. The wine industry is no exception. Every year, there seems to be a new slew of gadgets released that designed to improve the wine consuming experience. Some gadgets help regulate the temperature of the bottle. Other devices make drinking it more fun.
I have a deep love for gadgets and a lively affection for vino. I enjoy trying out all the new wine gadgets on the market. Here are some of my favorite inventions when it comes to wine.
Vinturi Wine Aerator – An aerator is an essential tool for any wine enthusiasts. The aerator helps reduce tannins while the wine is poured out. The device does this while assisting the wine in maintaining its natural flavor and bouquet. It does this by letting some air get into the wine when it’s poured. An aerator is a handy device when you want to pour wine but don’t have to time to let the bottle sit beforehand.
BevWizard – This is another aerator. It is even more advanced, though. When the wine passes through it, the contents are going through a magnetic field as well as being aerated. The magnetism helps it air out even faster.
Wine Away – No matter how careful we are, we all spill our drink sometimes. The inventors of wine away have provided us with an excellent solution to this problem. Red Wine stains can be tough to get out of carpet. The stain spray is specifically designed to get rid of these stains chemically. Wine away is a lot more useful than simply pouring club soda on it.
Drip Stopper – This is another of the wine gadgets that is made to help reduce spills and stains. The drip stopper does the exact thing that you think it would because of its name. It’s a straightforward and inexpensive device that every wine enthusiast should have.
These are some of the most useful gadgets that I have right now. They all make the wine drinking experience more rewarding. It will interest to see what technological developments will happen next in the winemaking industry. I think the next great technological revolution will come in the way the wine is made instead of how it’s consumed.