This Keurig For Wine Aims To Give You A Perfect Glass Of Wine

10 Vins

Keurigs took the guesswork out of your morning cup of coffee, which is arguably the most important drink of the day. But now there’s a way to make enjoying the second most important drink of the day even easier. Enter: the Keurig for wine.

OK, so it’s technically called the D-Vine and is not made by the Keurig folks, but this ingenious invention is divine, indeed.

Your new favorite kitchen gadget was created by the French start-up company 10-Vins and allows you to insert a vile (or flacon) of vine, have it instantly cooled to the right temperature and dispensed into your glass. Sounds pretty convenient, now, doesn’t it?

But, of course, this kind of wine-at-your-fingertips drinking method doesn’t come cheap. According to Mashable, the dispenser retails for $1,257 for the machine, and the wine, well, is sold separately. You can find flacons for around $6-28.

The D-Vine hasn’t hit US markets just yet, but it will soon. (For now it’s available in Europe and Singapore.)–f/?taken-by=10_vins

The D-Vine perfectly chills your wine is based on the kind of grapes that were used to make it, so it’ll come out at a different temperature whether you’re drinking a Zinfandel or a Chardonnay.

2. Convenience

This machine makes it easy to unwind after a long day of work, and takes the work out of it for you. No wine opener, no trying to find the perfect temperature. Nope. Just wine, straight into your glass.

Now, is that worth the $1,257 price tag? That’s up for you to decide.

[h/t: Delish]


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