Wine Wipes are a quick and easy wipe to remove red wine stains from teeth while protecting tooth enamel from acids in wine.
Wine Wipes remove the film red wine leaves on your teeth and mouth with a proprietary blend of stain-removing and teeth protecting ingredients without interfering with the taste of wine. This is the NEW Wine Wipes packaging with improved flavor.
15 Wine Wipes inside a mirrored compact.
Designed in Portland, Oregon, this unique device aerates wine straight out of the bottle as you pour. Stainless-steel tubes deliver an impressive triple stream of wine, which makes for a beautiful, drip-free pour. The air between the streams allows the wine to breathe as it flows, unleashing its true flavor and aroma.More
The Wine FREEZE™ is perfect for all wines. Just pop it in the fridge to cool your reds to the perfect cellar temperature or store in the freezer to chill your whites. HOST®'s proprietary cooling gel is precisely engineered to keep your beverage perfectly cold for hours. For red wine, refrigerate HOST® Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups for at least two hours to keep your drink between fifty-eight and sixty degrees Fahrenheit For white wine, freeze HOST® Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups for at least two hours to keep your drink between forty-three and fifty-three degrees Fahrenheit Inside the BPA free plastic walls of the HOST® Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups lies our proprietary cooling gel. This gel was precisely engineered in house to provide the perfect temperature for white and red wines for hours Each glass is constructed with an insulated silicone band for comfortable handling Each glass can comfortably accommodate 8.5 ounces Hand wash only For the best results, place the Wine FREEZE™ upside down in the freezer to allow the gel to evenly spread and freeze.More
Modern design and functionality combine to make the ultimate serving vessel. The eye-catching indigo Omni-Cup features a double-walled, stainless steel body to regulate hot and cold beverage temperatures. Great for wine, coffee, or cocktails. Insulates hot and cold beverages Holds 10 oz. Hand wash onlyMore
Our Circa Self-Pull offers the essentials of a self-pulling corkscrew. It has a rubberized body, ensuring you won't lose your grip while you twist. The handle is sturdy and has a brilliant satin finish, ensuring that opening the bottle is as smooth as it is stylish. The Circa Self-Pull also features a non-stick coated spiral worm for optimized uncorking.More
Drink Tops™ are a modern and stylish way to keep undesirable elements out of drinks. Innovative “tap and seal” design gently suctions to glasses with tap to the center, maintain drink temperature longer, and stops drinks from splashing over the rim. Easy to clean and extremely durable, wine glass covers are perfect for outdoor wine tastings and entertaining. Assorted colors make attractive drink markers and add a decorative element to any outdoor place setting. Covers fit most glasses up to four inches wide.More
At Your Service Corkscrew is easy to use and features Colorful Peacock design and includes built in foil cutting knife
Corkscrew also features a double-hinged fulcrum and coated worm allowing easy removal of longer corks
Corkscrew has durable acrylic exterior with metal opener and whimsical patterned handle
Closed corkscrew measures approximately 4.25 inches - fits comfortably in the palm of your hand
Individually fitted in protective packaging
This round Cutlass 6-Blade Foil Cutter wraps around the tops of wine bottles and uses its six sharpened disc blades to remove foil. Squeeze and give it a quick twist for simple, single-handed slicing.
Easy squeeze design
Keep handy in any kitchen drawer or wine cabinet
Pop the cork on your best bubbly with a powerful gold-finished champagne puller.
Designed with a dual-lever grip to maximize your strength and control the cork, it’s the paramount party accessory for any occasion.
Polished gold finish
Spring hinge design
Hand wash only
Leather Wine Bag Black 2 Bottle (P/N 25685). Carry 2 bottles of your favorite wine to a restaurant, dinner party or as a gift in this chic leather tote.
Our new bags come with dividers to keep the bottles separated inside the bag, and the snap enclosure is sewn to the handle so it won't get lost.
Genuine leather and quality stitching add beauty and protect your wine. Features include:
Keeping the corks from special bottles of wine, parties or events adds up quicker than you'd think! But what to do with those special-occasion corks? If you're like us, you tuck them in a drawer or box - but why keep them out of sight? Don't settle for an imitation - the original Cork Cage with soft brown patina finish is the perfect gift for your cork collecting friends (including yourself!) and a great way to introduce someone to the fun of cork collecting!More
Purrrrfect for the cat lover who also enjoys a glass of Piinot Noir, this cat cage cork holder is a whimsical addition that will stand out amidst your cat collectibles. The life-sized metal kitty features a detailed face with whiskers and a wrap-around tail and is accented with colored glass beads and a collar that holds a Corkitty cork. This wine cork display makes a great gift for the pet lover who is obsessed with all things feline.More
CENTR is the refreshing 40 calorie sparkling CBD drink that helps you find moments of focus, calm and clarity. CBD: 30mg Ingredients: Carbonated water, cane sugar, natural citrus flavor, lemon juice concentrate, cannabidiol (CBD) isolate. 8g of cane sugar. 40 carlories.0 sodiumMore
Saturated red. Deep, concentrated aromas of kirsch, cola and blackcurrant, with mounting smokiness and Indian spice qualities. Livelier on the palate, offering sweet raspberry and cherry-cola flavors, velvety texture and a strong lashing of cracked pepper. A sweet anise note carries through the sappy, very sweet finish. This wine is already quite seductive.More
Leather and tree bark add spiciness to the deep nose. Blackberry fruit dominates the mouth, but there are red-fruit nuances, some pepper and licorice, and also a good dose of minerals and earth making things interesting. It's big yet refined, and avoids any shrillness.More
Deep purple core with a deep violet meniscus and lightly stained legs. Black currant, black pepper, black cherry, graphite and baking spices on the nose.
Smooth, dry and med+ bodied with med+ alcohol. Additional notes of black plum, cocoa, tobacco leaf and cedar on the palate. Round tannins and slightly spicy, medium length finish.
This wine was lovely. On the nose, it had rich vanilla, ripe dark fruits and hints of chocolate. The wine was very smooth. The fruit in the wine was just right for me..not too sweet. Interestingly, the finish was long and sweet. It is drinking very well now, but I think it still has years to go. (2015)More
Inky purple in color, this wine teems with a mosaic of aromas that forge into the lavish palate: black spice, melted black licorice, black plum jam, black currants, dark cocoa, crushed rocks, coconut, freshly turned earth and cigar box. The wine succeeds on both a hedonistic and intellectual level: balanced, complex and luxuriant, unfolding and evolving with each sip. With Sacrashe tannins as its backbone, our Katherine Hall holds 15+ years of aging potential.More
With its dark garnet hue, this extraordinary blend opens with aromas of raspberry and black cherry interlaced with white pepper and clove. The lush palate is dominated by flavors of cassis, blackberry, toffee, smoked duck and oak, which carry through to a lengthy finish. Pair with venison in huckleberry sauce and pork belly with cherry chutney.More
This tiny production blend surely is made in the modern cult style. Its tannins are soft and sexy, its flavors deep and delicious with milk chocolate, blackberry jam, cassis liqueur and buttery toast. The only thing it lacks is subtlety, but it does deserve its score for sheer Napa power.More
With its unique mint, chocolate and rich, cedary currant flavors, Martha's Vineyard Cabernet has a signature flavor profile. It is also distinctive for its exquisite balance and ability to age. Although the wine's flavors are largely a function of the grape and vineyard, Joe Heitz's hand could be found in the winemaking style. He made sure the wine was rich, concentrated and balanced, which ensured that it would age well.More
Opaque, with deep ruby-red edges, even the sight of this wine is enticing. Very deep, rich cassis fruit, enmeshed in a smoky, mineral background, dominates the nose. Pure cassis extract is also present on the palate; a sweet entry yields to a firmly tannic, yet generous and amazingly long finish. Fine grained tannins give a serious texture to the wine. A rich, smoky spice character emerges in the aftertaste. A very complete, unctuous wine. Muscular and intensely concentrated, it nevertheless manages to display perfect balance.More
The 1998 Cabernet Sauvignon turned out to be a lovely wine. The color is deep ruby-garnet and in the nose I get a lot of black cherry, cassis, spice, cedar, and hints of sweet toasty French oak. In the mouth the wine is very open and lush, well structured with the elegance and balance we have come to expect from this vineyard. The tannins are quite light and dusty. The finish is long with the ripe fruit flavors lasting several minutes. I particularly like the roundness in the mid-palate. It invites you to take another sip."More
The 1970 has always been considered one of the great B.V. Private Reserves. Well-stored bottles continue to taste brilliantly. This wine performed spectacularly in this recent blind tasting (February, 1995), revealing a huge, complex bouquet of overripe, sweet, jammy, pruny fruit, cedar, herbs, spices, and fruitcake. Fat and rich, with unctuously-textured, chewy, expansive flavors, and a full-bodied finish, it was all this great wine can be.More
The 1996 Cabernet Sauvignon 15th Anniversary Release (1,050 cases produced) boasts an opaque purple color, as well as beautiful aromas of smoke, blackberries, Asian spices, charcoal, and subtle truffle-like scents. Huge, massive, and full-bodied, with phenomenal flavor extraction, and beautifully integrated tannin and acidity, this flamboyant, exceptionally well-endowed wine continues the succession of titanic wines made under this label.More
The 1998 Cabernet Sauvignon 17th Anniversary Release offers a dark ruby color as well as a big, peppery, spicy, black currant, plum, mineral, earth, and dried herb-scented bouquet. Medium to full-bodied, with a fine texture in addition to a medium-weight, Bordeaux-like style, it has firm tannin, but not much lushness and complexity.More
Deep ruby-red. Explosive, somewhat feral, highly aromatic nose of cassis, roast coffee, game, smoky oak and chocolate; shows a very strong torrefaction aspect. Lush, rich and deep; has a pliancy and degree of early personality I find in only the very best young California cabernets. Subtle notes of chocolate and tobacco contribute to the wine appeal. Finishes fairly tannic but very long.More
La Jota set out to make a great wine for their 20th, and lucky for them they ran into such a vintage. If it's less dense than the finest 2001s, it's still a great one. As flavorful as sweet Napa black currants get, and those Howell tannins are the structure that will let this wine develop.More
The 1986 Ducru Beaucaillou was served by Bruno Borie both decanted and directly from bottle, poured blind. From the bottle, it has an attractive bouquet with plush blackberry and wild strawberry fruit, indeed, showing more fruité than I was expecting. There is a roundness to these aromatics, perhaps a little more like 1985 in some ways. The palate is medium-bodied and here the seriousness and structure of the 1986 vintages shows through. There is impressive body and though it felt firm and masculine on the finish, there is clearly sufficient fruit that counterbalances the backbone. The decanted version showed a little more volatility on the nose, but here I discerned more complexity on the palate. The 1986 Ducru poured directly from bottle felt a little more savory and strangely, more cohesive, with more of the terroir coming through on the slightly loamy, brown sugar-tinged finish. Tasted July 2016.More
From a bottle with the original cork still intact, the wine was splash decanted and served. From the moment the wine hit the glass, we all knew we were in for a mind blowing treat. On the nose, the smoke, tar, tobacco, cigar box, cherry and earthy perfume was off the hook. But the pure silk textures of all that sweet, ripe, smoky fruit was breathtaking. The wine was exactly what old, fully mature Bordeaux is all about. If you are like me and cannot these wines today, try and find a rich friend with bottles in their cellar as this is the type of wine that dreams are made of. Apologies to Humphrey Bogart. (2016)More
This was paired up with the ’66 La Mission Haut Brion, and it was the slightly less impressive bottle of the two for the first hours it was in the glass. However, it continued to grow and gain depth as the evening wore on, and it was clearly the superior of the two wines by the time it had fully unfolded. The nose is classic HB, offering up notes of roasted cassis, plums, cigar ash, black truffles, Graves earth, and a vague topnote redolent of violets. On the palate the wine is ultimately medium-full (having put on weight as it opened up), with excellent focus and balance, and fine length and grip on the polished and complex finish. I used to think that the ’66 was a bit more of the red fruity and brick dust-like side of Haut Brion, but the last several bottles that I have tasted have moved decisively over to the black fruity side of the ledger. (Drink between 2003-2020) Review from 2007.More
One of the clear highlights of the night, the 1961 Haut-Brion races across the palate with remarkable opulence and power for a wine of its age. Layers of fruit build to a crescendo of pure pleasure, with hints of licorice, menthol, lavender, sage, cedar and leather that linger on the finish. In virtually any tasting the 1961 would steal the show, but here, in the presence of many of the estate’s legendary vintages, it is quite clear the 1961 doesn’t quite reach the heights of the 1959 of 1989. That in no way detracts from our immense pleasure, though. (2014)More
The intense, generous nose displays hints of truffle and black pepper. This mythical Cheval Blanc is rich and full-bodied on the palate. It is also well-structured, with coffee, leather, and blackcurrant flavours - altogether unbelievably delicious, succulent, and long. Huge and incomparably rich, 1959 Cheval Blanc is complex, well-focused, and concentrated. A benchmark for the estate! Incidentally, Gaston Vaissiere, the old maitre de chai, always recommended tasting the 1959 immediately after opening, with no decanting, as he did not think that contact with the air was beneficial for this vintage. In 2011 at the Chateau, such incredible dimension and layers on the nose. Moroccan mint. Just absolutely fascinating - intellectual and challenging from a vocabulary point of view. Such AMAZING blackberry tastes. So mouth-enveloping and totally mouth-coating. Fabulous harmony of texture, fruit and ripe tannins. Finishes two hours later on a note of prune liqueur. This is one of the best wines Bordeaux has ever produced.More