Made of lead-free glass, this classic decanter holds one 750-milliliter bottle of wine. While the most common use of a decanter is to prevent sediment in an aged red wine from spoiling the wine's clarity and brilliance, some authorities also recommend decanting young red wines to give them the opportunity to bloom. In either case, this decanter brings elegance to the dinner table. And because it has an indented well in the bottom, steady, careful pouring is possible, as fingers fit securely into the well while the thumb grips atop the decanter's flared base. Standing 9 inches high on a 9-inch-diameter base, the decanter serves beautifully as a vase when it's not being used for wine. --Fred Brack
Perfect for decanting your favorite vino, this WMF Easy Pour Decanter features a classic wide base shape with an elegant curved neck. The indented well on the bottom allows for careful, one-handed pouring, by providing a place to secure your middle finger for a great grip. Decanting exposes the wine to more surface area and oxygen, allowing the wine to open up to its full potential, thus bringing out the very best qualities of the nose and flavor.