Hailed by gadget lovers and wine connoisseurs since 2007, aerators reduce the amount of time to allow the wine to breathe. For most, enjoying wine earlier after opening the bottle is more enchanting and desirable.
Wine-making has a rich history that goes back to 4,000 BC or possibly earlier. Biblical scholars claim that Noah had a vineyard and made the fruity fermented drink for his tribe. The oldest wine bottle ever found is preserved in Germany. It was originally made by Romans in 325 A.D. The background of the grape vine itself is a very interesting story also. Today, modern connoisseur and wine-makers worldwide agree that the drink is best served in a glass bottle sealed with a cork. Wine bottle openers have also evolved into various styles and methods designed to efficiently open a reserve.
There are few things as enjoyable as getting a group of friends together to hang out, drink some good wine and just cut loose a little bit. One has to wonder why we don't do it more often? The answer to that usually falls under the "life's got me too busy" file heading, but another reason that's pretty common is that you simply couldn't think of any special reason to get together. Well, if wine is on the guest list, maybe the way to go is with the creative use of some extremely stylish - yet eminently affordable, wine charms. That's right, folks...we're talking about theme parties here.