Wine accessories that will make you reach for a glass
There’s nothing quite like settling down with a glass of wine after a long day. Whether you enjoy something red and velvety or white and sparkling, these wine accessories should help you make the most of every bottle.
- What is the best drinking temperature for wine? Serve sparkling wine at 40–50°F, white wine at 50–60°F, and red wine at 60–70°F.
- Which wines should you try in 2019? Look out for Cabernet Franc, Darker Rosé and English Sparkling Wine in the New Year.
- What are the best gadgets for wine lovers? You’ve come to the right place; take a look through this roundup or explore our Wine Gadgets collection.
We all have different ways to enjoy wine. While some people can get through a whole bottle in one evening, others are happy to sample and spit. However you like to enjoy the crushed grapes, these wine accessories should help you savor the flavor.
PortoVino Wine Dispensing Purse
Ever find yourself longing for the red stuff? With the PortoVino purse, you can carry around two bottles of vino and pour yourself a glass whenever you need it.
Price: $74.95 USD
Elephant Corkscrew Bottle Opener
This fun little corkscrew looks just like an elephant, complete with trunk and big ears. When the screw is not in use, it retracts into the wooden body — useful for pocket storage.
Price: $17.50 USD
Tether Flexible Silicone Dishwasher Attachment
Putting your best wine glasses in the dishwasher. This flexible silicone attachment holds the stem steady, so the glass won’t bounce around.
Price: $14.95 USD
Corvi Concrete Wine Cooler
Crafted from solid concrete, the Corvi wine cooler is a genuine piece of art. You simply place the cooler in your fridge in advance, and then allow the cold concrete to chill your bottle.
Price: $79 USD
MyŒno Smart Wine Scanner
Ever wondered what’s in your wine? This smart sensor can tell you the strength, tannins, and acidity levels of your chosen vintage. It can also help you find something to match your taste.
Price: $78.68 USD
Breville Sommelier Smart Wine Oxygenator
Oxygen quite literally breathes flavor into your wine. The Breville Sommelier uses 90% pure oxygen to accelerate the aeration process. One minute with this device is the same as one hour in a decanter.
Price: $499.95 USD
Sello 2 Wine Preservation System
After wine has been open a few days, oxidation starts to ruin the flavor. Sello 2 delays this process by sealing in the goodness. As a result, you won’t have to rush through the bottle.
Price: $49.99 USD
ZEbag Wine Carrier
Carrying bottles of wine to a friend’s place can be really tricky. ZEbag makes it easier, with a padded design and a built-in handle. This carrier can also unravel and be used as a wine rack.
Price: $69.99 USD
Dioniso Basic! Steel Wine Rack
Need more storage space? The Basic! Steel wine rack provides elegant vertical storage for 24 bottles. It’s a beautiful way to display your collection, and very sturdy too.
Price: $602.19 USD
Eva Solo Aerating Glass Wine Decanter
If you prefer to aerate your wine in a more traditional way, the Eva Solo should suffice. This beautiful glass decanter has a unique construction that pushes extra air into your wine.
Price: $59.54 USD
The best wine accessories
Unlike many alcoholic drinks, it’s really worth investing in wine. These accessories will help you get the most out of your chosen bottle — no matter how much you paid.
What is your favorite wine gadget? Tell us in the comments!
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