The answer, of course, is yes. It’s the weekend!
June 15, 2012 No Comments
Until that time when it is deemed reasonable to produce wine in single-serving sizes (never), there needs to be a way to preserve leftover wine. Even if it’s out of thin air. Air Cork, that is.
Air Cork The Wine Preserver takes a stunningly simple idea and runs with it. Using a balloon to create a barrier from the air inside of half-empty (or half-full) bottles of wine, the intuitive wine gadget makes it easy to see why it would work. Just stick the balloon in the bottle, pump it full of air, and then release when it becomes time to enjoy the wine again. Here’s saying cheers to a fun idea that doesn’t look to be just full of hot air.
June 12, 2012 No Comments
Mood lighting sets tone and ambiance — important ingredients for fine dining. If you are going to do something, do it right. Like making the Wine Bottle Chandelier from the other day. But that is just the start.
When it is time to turn the lights down low, all those leftover empty bottles can still be put to use. The Wine Cork Candles offers the perfect complement to the case of bottles that got used for the chandelier construction. Just don’t make the mistake of using the bottles of the chandelier to hold the candles–melted wax hardly makes for a delicious dessert.
March 26, 2012 No Comments
Upside-down wine bottles are a bummer simply because that usually means they are empty. (And if it doesn’t mean that, then they soon would be!) However, staring down the end of a bottle doesn’t have to be necessarily all bad. This wine bottle chandelier (officially named the Sterling Industries 2-Light Collector’s Pendant for some reason), looks to give all those empties a new life. And hey, the day after the party you can give any stragglers something to do.
March 16, 2012 No Comments
It’s the weekend–who wants another glass of wine?
March 2, 2012 No Comments
Blending craft and drinking isn’t necessarily such a bad idea. Sure, results may become occasionally messy, but sometimes that is the charm in homemade objects d’art. The Wine Enthusiast Wine Cork Lazy Susan Kit doesn’t require any art skills, but the completed project will look quite crafty when it is set up on the table. Room enough for 300 wine corks, all held in place with a flat, see-though, acrylic top, the tabletop contrivance offers a neat and tidy solution for storing and displaying wine corks. That is, until the sparkles, glue and paint set gets busted out.
February 17, 2012 No Comments