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Wine Aerator | By Vinturi

One for the wine lovers. If you fancy a good wine you´ll know that red wine needs to breathe to allow it to "open up". The Vinturi Red Wine Aerator enables the right amount of air in contact with the wine, allowing it to speed up the breathing process. This method releases the wines intended aromas and makes it taste better. Perfect aeration in the time it takes to pour a glass!



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WHERE BARTENDERS DRINK

Following the footsteps of bestsellers "Where Chefs Eat” and "Where to Eat Pizza”, the new book from the popular series is called - "Where Bartenders Drink”. It is an insiders guide to places where bartenders go themselves for a drink when they´re off-duty. Built on their insight and expertise, the global resource features more than 750 recommendations on where to get a great drink in the most memorable global locations, from dirty dives to legendary hotel bars. You...
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VINNEBAGO

The creators of the ingenious Corkcicle wine chiller, have presented the Vinnebago, a beautiful insulated bottle that will keep your wine and other cold beverages perfectly chilled for up to 25 hours, and hot beverages for up to 12 hours. The company discovered a huge break-thru in traditional insulation technology, and the Vinnebago is vacuum sealed and triple walled. Available in black, white or silver. Learn more from Corkcicle or purchase now from Ama...
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RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA

This amazing isolated house is located on the Drina River in Serbia. The tiny wooden house has been standing on an exposed rock in the middle of the Drina River for more than 40 years, it was built by a group of young boys back in 1968 that used the rock to sunbathe. Every time there is a flood the house is destroyed, but it is built again from ground up. via photo credit: National Geographic Also check out "The Rock Restaurant" in Zanzibar...
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