Corkscrew-Shaped Wine Glass Separates Sediment

Corkscrew-Shaped Wine Glass Separates Sediment
Design

The glass features a built-in corkscrew element that captures solid material

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 15 september 2017

United States-based Vacanti Wine Glasses has revealed a wine glass it believes is the key to enjoying rich-tasting wine with a smooth finish. The Spirale design includes a corkscrew component where the body of the glass meets the stem that the company says will collect naturally occurring sediment so that your wine no longer tastes bitter.

To use a Spirale glass, wine lovers can simply pour a red or white as they typically would, and the sediment will settle into the corkscrew feature. More than 600 specialists provided feedback for the design, according to Vacanti.

Spirale

United States-based Vacanti Wine Glasses has revealed a wine glass it believes is the key to enjoying rich-tasting wine with a smooth finish. The Spirale design includes a corkscrew component where the body of the glass meets the stem that the company says will collect naturally occurring sediment so that your wine no longer tastes bitter.

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