Wine Collar - or Wine Bib if you like, as this nifty contraption stops drips from rolling down the bottle after each pour.
Filtering with ozone means using oxygen to clean the water. No minerals are added in, and no minerals are taken out. Their water source is so clean and pure.
The instantly recognizable flavours of cranberry, balanced with the sweetness of cane sugar and the tartness of lime. The popularity of the cosmo speaks for itself.
Soul's refreshingly zingy citrus flavours with a dash of almost honeyed agave creates an irresistible combination.
This is a classic, zesty lemon, lime and bitters formula, made with Angostura's nearly 200 years of experience crafting aromatic bitters.
The water is artesian, which means it bubbles out of the ground naturally, without needing heavy mechanised pumps to pull the water out.
Polysafe glassware keeps drinks colder longer because it does not conduct heat as well as standard glass.
Viognier and Chardonnay show their true expressions in this piece of design genius. Taste a Condrieu in one of these and you'll be talking with angels.
With this champagne flute, Riedel launches an outstanding, elegant and functional new shape. The slightly curved bowl delivers the full complexity and surprising concentration of a champagne.
The Riedel Magnum is used at all international wine judging competitions. The difference between them and the traditional XL5 glasses is akin to the difference between a Ferrari and a Ford Prefect!
Featuring pianist Carl Doy with members of The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra performing music for the holiday season.
Entry level range for those who don't have much of a bank balance. Cannae ya read, Jimmy? Chard, Sav, Riesling, babycham
Introduced in 1986, Vinum glasses have proved to consumers and restaurateurs that the pleasure of consuming beverages starts with the glass.
Entry level range for those who don't have Georg Riedel's bank balance. Like it says, all red wine. Takes quite a bit, too.
Sumptuous layers of peach, tropical and honey notes are balanced by a refreshing squeeze of citrus in this deliciously opulent sweet wine.
A complex, deep ruby colour with oodles of forward fruit, a fat palate and a long, dry finish. 'Stunning example of what can be achieved with a non-vintage blend,' said Parker.
Yip, no joke: it's black. Takes blind tastings to a whole new dimension. Means you can't cheat at red and white tastings. Really hones your senses, as it happens, a rather marvellous vehicle
Intense palate with amazing fatness, richness and length with a super acidity balance always important in sweet wines.
Stylish decanters, for all types of wine. Something of a little black dress for the dinner table!
Like a big inverted alien ship; but seriously, the wonders it performs on a good wine need to be tasted to be believed. Beuaitful and functional: how very European.
Decanting old wines, just a few moments before they are served, helps to ensure that the wines' clarity and brilliance are not obscured by any deposit that may have developed over time.