Why not get a wine fridge to keep your vintage reds and whites at the optimal serving temperature? One of these models can help you to organize your wines and treat them the way they're meant to be treated.
Tech is changing everything, and wine is no exception. We've rounded up the best tech gadgets wine drinkers will love having in their kitchen. They'll take your pouring and swirling a few steps closer to sommelier status.
To understand how Syphon plans to change your wine-drinking habits, you have to understand why wine goes bad so quickly after the bottle is opened. Wine reacts in such a way with oxygen that causes the taste of the vino to change.
At least one innovative culinary mind has managed to turn his Instant Pot into a home brewing machine. Because why pay thousands of dollars for such a contraption when you can just use your handy dandy all-purpose cooker?
What are you drinking at your holiday party? If you're hosting, you might want to have beer, wine, cocktails, and coffee on hand, so we rounded up some drinking gadgets that can help with all types of beverages.
Palmaz Vineyards in Napa Valley uses state-of-the-art technology to monitor everything from the condition of grapes to the temperature of the fermentation vats, and it’s all displayed on a futuristic dome worthy of Batman.
San Francisco winemaker Ava Winery wants to democratize the pricey business of drinking wine by taking it out of the vineyards and into the lab, re-creating different wines based on their taste chemistry.
Premium water bottle manufacturer Hydro Flask has made it easier than ever for wine lovers to enjoy their favorite beverage in the backcountry by releasing a new 25-ounce wine bottle and 10-ounce wine tumbler.
ProntoBev is a clever little tool that can chill your drinks below freezing temperatures in under 30 seconds. Just pour a drink into it, wait a few moments, and get ice-cold (or colder) drinks to share.