WINELIFE travels the world in search of the finest accessories to make every wine moment a little celebration. - TEXT + IMAGE EDITORS
Andrea Larsson and Julie Hugau's new collection is deliciously theatrical! The designers took inspiration from English antique glassware traditions. Hand-cut crystal stems with angled details and different colours, and feet from which the ridges light up. The shapes of the stems are reflected in the diamonds or rounds in the chalice. Not cheap, but we are saving up.
SERIES MAYFAIR BY REFLECTIONS COPENHAGEN | FARFETCH.COM | PER PAIR FROM €500
British designer Tom Cotton read that 50 million litres of wine were flushed down the drain every year in his country. After 60 prototypes, he came up with this wine preservation system. Inside the shiny holder is a rubber valve that you press into the bottle, stopping the oxidation process. Our own test of freshness holders has been a while, but the reviews are good.
ETO WINE DECANTER | ETOWINE.COM | FROM €140
We love wood, and especially when it has been crafted into a chic dining table by top Italian designer duo Pierangelo Gallotti and Luigi Radice. This Manto table for Gallotti&Radice's 2020 collection also won the Archiproducts Design Awards. We can already see our glass of Italian Barolo or Barbaresco showing off on it.
MANTO DINING TABLE, WALNUT WITH BRASS KNOB | HORABARNEVELD.COM | PRICE ON REQUEST
Curious about more lovely accessories to make every wine moment a little party? You can read about it in WINELIFE Magazine 74. Order this one here!
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