Wine gadget goes full circle

The Waring WC400 Professional Wine Center makes it easy to open -- as well as close -- bottles of wine. Consisting of a wine opener and a wine preserver, the device offers in all-in-one solution all in one place.

Does everything for wine but drink it for you.
Does everything for wine but drink it for you. Waring Pro

Kitchen gadgets are often designed to do one thing and do it well (hopefully). Sometimes, however, that is simply not enough. Rather than use one gadget to do one thing and another gadget to do another, sometimes it's nice if all you need can be found in one place. Especially when the good times are waiting.

Standing by at the ready, the Waring WC400 Professional Wine Center comes in handy at the beginning of the night, the end, or both. Consolidated into one convenient unit are a wine opener and a wine preserver. Included along with the base display are a foil cutter as well as two reusable stoppers complete with adjustable date rings.

The rechargeable wine tools offer cordless easy-to-use operation. Good for up to 50 uses per charge, the opener works by simply placing it over the cork of a bottle and setting it into action. The air evacuator works similarly; place a reusable stopper in the bottle and position the closer over it. Make a note of when the unfinished bottle was sealed on the adjustment ring and the good times will be waiting to be uncorked once again.

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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