An elegant way to aerate and serve wine. Attach open wine bottle to Wine Breather and flip to aerate entire bottle into the carafe. Wine can be served from the carafe or poured back into the original bottle. Unfinished wine stores easily in carafe. Beautiful, lead-free crystal carafe holds 48 oz. 6¾" x 8". Made in Denmark.
Care: Hand wash
Capacity: 48 oz
Dimensions: 6¾" x 8"
Material: Lead-free crystal
Made in Denmark
Makes a great gift for your favorite wine connoisseur
An elegant way to aerate and serve wine
Attach open wine bottle to Wine Breather and flip to aerate entire bottle into the carafe
Wine can be served from the carafe or poured back into the original bottle
This is a great wine breather for young red wine. It allows you to put the wine back into the bottle to show your friends what they are drinking. It opens young wines very well. It is a plus to all the single wine breathers that just make a mess.
It is a show stopper to show your wine in and out and back in the bottle.
i bought my wine breather carafe about a month ago and use it every day. i aerate the wine into the carafe, pour out my dinner portion, put the top on the carafe and stick it in the fridge until the next day. one bottle lasts three days for me so i don't worry about 'chilling' my reds. simple to use but you must keep a grip on the bottle when it's aerating into the carafe because it can 'wiggle' and lose it's balance. it's a handsome design and the neck gives a good gripping surface. one gripe is that the rubber collar for the neck does not fit tightly on my unit so i don't replace it after aerating the wine; i just use the stopper while the wine is storing in the fridge. i love it, and the wine does taste better after aeration -- it's not just a rumor! (my wife guided me through some blind 'taste tests' and i got four of five correct 'guesses'.
Best Answer:According to About.com, ""Typically red wines are the ones to benefit most from breathing before serving. However, there are select whites that will also improve with a little air exposure."