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created over 2 years ago | Tagged: entertainment, design, alcohol, sensory appeal, physiological, drinking, wine glass, glassware, aeration, trevi,


So I’ve spent the last couple minutes intently staring at The Trevi Fountain in Rome, after which this wine glass in named. I can’t figure out how they’re related. But it’s ok. This glass not only looks kind of interesting, it also claims to be able to oxygenate your wine as you pour it. See, if you don’t know, you have to let your wine breathe a little, let it contact some air so that it releases its full flavor. There are decanters and sophisticated aerators for that, and now, apparently, this glass. It’s $27 and will likely just make your guests talk about it a lot, rather than accomplish anything useful.




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