If only our soda dispensers in college had served wine, too

Wine gadgets are starting to get a teeny bit out of hand.


This gadget made me do a total double take. It looks just like the machines we had in the dining hall in college that dispensed soda, Powerade, and iced tea. (A mix of Sprite and lemon-lime Powerade was my favorite.) But it's actually the "Vin au Verre," a European device designed for serving wine at parties. It has electronic temperature control to keep both reds and whites at the perfect temperature. The contraption can also control oxidation levels, serve up to eight varieties at a time, and keep the stuff fresh for three weeks.

Eh, I still say it's a little bit tacky. We do love wine gadgets here, but this one's really cheapening the sommelier's craft.

(Via BornRich)

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