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VINOICE | CHILLER & WINE POURER

Remember the Corkcicle Wine Chiller? a handy device for chilling wine from the inside? Well, the cool new Vinoice is a more sophisticated version and one-ups the Corkcicle by doing the same thing but it also features a drip free spout. Simply place the stainless steel chill rod in the freezer for 30 minutes before use, then place it in the bottle, this will keep your wine at an optimum drinking temperature for up to one hour. No more worrying about the ice bucket! via

You can buy it in Europe here




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