If you have a ton of room in your house mansion this may be for you.  This crazy mechanical wine corkscrew, by Rob Higgs, is a piece of art.  The machine has over 300 parts and not only un-corks your wine bottle… but pours you a glass as well.  The pricing is unknown, but will surely be expensive considering only 100 units are going to be built. ...

Posted on Dec 18 2008 - 9:48am by Craig
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I am on the fence with this wine gadget.  I like wine… I like gadgets… but not 100% sure I like an electric wine opener gadget.  But… for the technology dork/wine lover in your life, check out the Oster...

First off, let me start by saying we are skeptical of any device that is supposed to compress time (exception: Tivo). The

Posted on Apr 28 2020 - 12:36pm by Lisa C.
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The famous red knife company, Victorinox, has come out with a new knife aimed at the wine and cheese lovers. The Swiss Army Cheese Master ($38) will take your picnic game to the next level. The Cheese Master has 6-functions; a serrated blade, a slotted blade with fork tip, a corkscrew, tweezers, a toothpick, and a key ring. ...

Posted on Aug 21 2019 - 10:01am by Pete M
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The tough case company, Pelican, has a new sling style soft cooler with a long name – Pelican Dayventure Sling Soft Cooler ($148). I prefer to call it the sling cooler. The Pelican Sling Cooler comes in light gray and coyote, holds 12-cans or 4 wine bottles (8.5-liters). It has the chunky style zippers which are leak resistant and can stand on its end. Pretty cool, but...

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Keurig collaborated with Anheuser-Busch for this cold beverage machine. It will make cocktails, beer, and wine form those little plastic pods in under one minute. The Keurig Drinkworks Drinkmaker is only available in St. Louis for the launch. Current pods include daiquiri, cosmopolitan, gin & tonic, lime vodka soda, long island iced tea, margarita, mojito, moscow mule, sangria, white russian, old fashion, man tai, and a few beers. More to come. Is this the future of drinks at home? Time will tell.

Posted on Jan 30 2017 - 8:45am by Lisa C.
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Wino Sippers (2 for $22) look like a smoking pipe but are for sipping your wine of choice. Basically a wine glass with a built-in straw to help from staining your teeth I guess. Another solution searching for a problem or the perfect white elephant gift? ...

Have a backyard? Want to save money on your refrigeration costs? The Groundfridge might fit the bill. The Groundfridge is a modern take on the old root cellar. It was built by a Dutch designer, Floris Schoonderbeek, and uses thermal inertia to keep temperatures constant throughout the year. Groundfridge will keep contents between 10 and 12 degrees Celsius (50 to 53.6 degrees Fahrenheit) all year. Not ideal for meats, but great for vegetables, cheese, wine, etc… The good part, it is it can hold the equivalent of 20 standard size...

Some people like hot coffee and some like theirs ice-cold. Such is life. If you are in the cold coffee camp and don’t like diluting your coffee with melting ice cubes check out the Hyperchiller ($29). The Hyperchiller can turn hot coffee in to perfect iced coffee in about one minute. The coffee is flash chilled without touching ice so it doesn’t get diluted while cooling. 1) Brew fresh hot coffee...

The perfect gift for the alcoholic Martha Stewart type person in your life. Let them make their own moonshine in the kitchen with this Table Top Moonshine Still ($249). This kit is extremely easy to use and makes small batch distilling a simple and safe task. Compact 1/2 gallon size is perfect for getting started with distillation. Starting with a 12% alcohol solution (such as wine), it will yield approximately...