|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||4680069|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
Menu Winebreather Carafe
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|You Save:||$19.98 (29%)|
|Capacity||34 Fluid Ounces|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4 x 2 x 7 inches|
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- This elegantly designed carafe aerates your wine in one easy step.
- Simply press the decanter onto the top of an opened bottle of wine and flip it over so that the wine pours into the decanter.
- You can serve the wine from the decanter, or flip it back over once it's done and pour the aerated wine back into the bottle and serve from the original bottle.
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This elegantly designed carafe aerates your wine in one easy step. Simply press the decanter onto the top of an opened bottle of wine and flip it over so that the wine pours into the decanter. You can serve the wine from the decanter, or flip it back over once it's done and pour the aerated wine back into the bottle and serve from the original bottle.
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Note: I tried contacting the company - both via an email from their website AND a facebook message. I have received no response or update. Apparently, they want to sell their products, but not stand behind them.
The top on the first new one did not fit well, it was loose, so when you inverted it, the wine squirted out of the junction of the cap and the wine bottle making a huge mess. The one my wife ordered was an extra/duplicate which we figured we would just send back. After the replacement I ordered failed, we tried the second one instead of returning it. The result was the same, the fit of the cap and the carafe was poor, except this time when the seal between the two failed, the wine bottle and carafe fell over, shattering the carafe and sending broken glass all over the counter top we prepare food on, and the floor, and the sink, etc. After seeing the broken glass, it seemed thinner than the first carafe but I didn't measure the two.
No one bumped the bottle/carafe, it fell over on it's own. We used the previous carafe for a year on many bottles of wine with no incident - we loved the earlier product, it worked very well and there was never an issue with the seal. Both of the newer carafes failed at the same point, the seal between the bottle and the cap of the carafe. When you use it, a small amount of positive pressure is built up when you first push the carafe onto the open wine bottle; if the seal is good, it isn't an issue but if the seal between the cap and the carafe is poor, now the pressure will send the wine squirting out. The first time it just made a mess but I was right there and caught it, the second NEW carafe fell over and broke creating a huge and dangerous issue with the broken glass.
I don't know why the first carafe we used worked so incredibly well and the next TWO were such crap. If it was just one failure I could chalk it up to an anomaly but with two failures, same exact issue, I think they have a production issue. The cap has to fit tightly into the carafe or else the whole principle simply doesn't work, turning a great product into a huge liability - we had broken glass everywhere, not to mention the cost of the $20 bottle of wine wasted. After loving the first carafe so much and then having such a huge issue with the next - not just one but TWO - carafes, I would not recommend this product at all. If you get it, use it in the sink and hold onto it the whole time and do NOT use it around food you don't want to pick broken glass out of. For us it went from a great product to a dangerous one. I will request a refund of both, not a replacement - I should ask for a replacement bottle of wine, too....
It would get 5 stars because it does really work great, it just isn’t durable enough. I’ve broken 1 glass and 0 plates at home in the last 7 years.. but 2 menu wine carafes haven’t managed to survived.
HOWEVER, THE LATEST ONE I RECEIVED IS DIFFERENT - the rubber is on the TOP/CAP is harder and does not stop the wine from leaking out a little when upside down. Never had such issues with the previous ones (rubber seems different on the two others ones and the cap/top can stay in place without one needs to hold it). I REALLY WONDER IF THE LATEST ONE I RECEIVED IS A COPY PRODUCT - NOT AT ALL LIKE THE ORIGINAL ONE - IF IT IS REAL I CAN NOLONGER RECOMMEND IT - IT LEAKS AND I DO NOT TRUST THE TOP TO STAY IN PLACE - THE WINE STILL TASTES BETTER BUT IT IS NO LONGER AN EASY TASK TO USE - THUS 2 stars
I do find it a bit difficult to clean not just because of the shape but I am just worried I will break the glass if I drop it. However, I really have not had many problems with stains since I rarely keep wine in there beyond one evening, it does not really stain. The beauty of this carafe is that the wine can be stored back in the original wine bottle.
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Considering you have to place a window bottle on top of it, the. turn it upside down to run wine back into the bottle I would have expected the glass to be toughened and thick. Instead it’s rather like a 50p tumbler from IKEA.
Very poor for £50. My advice, look elsewhere.
Can't drink wine with out it now
Still love it but after almost 6 months of careful use a crack has appeared.
This was are seconded Decantor from this brand.
First time we put it down to are mistake, but after seeing this crack we feel it is just a little to fragile.
That said we have bought a third one for a family member.