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Corkcicle Air

Chill. Aerate. Pour.
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Chills your wine to absolute perfection
Aerates as you pour, enhances the aroma of your tipple
Convenient pour-through feature makes serving a breeze
Maintains the optimum temperature for both whites and reds
Sleek and sexy ‘stalactite’ design
Your wine has never looked or tasted better
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Description
Throw away that dribbling ice bucket and those soggy cooling sleeves, the Corkcicle Air is here to chill your wine to the perfect temperature time after time.

The thermal gel enclosed within this elegant icicle shape will cool reds to that optimal "cellar climate" in just 15 minutes and keeps whites chilled for an hour. And, unlike regular ice, it won't dilute your cherished grape-based tipples.

Corkcicle Air aerates the wine as you pour, introducing just the right amount of oxygen for your wine’s subtle flavours to really flourish. Not only is it significantly faster than traditional decanting methods, it enables you to enjoy your wine at your own pace.

The convenient pour-through cork enables you to serve wine easily and elegantly. Simply pour out a glass as you normally would, whilst enjoying all the cooling and aerating benefits of this sleek and sexy stalactite. Your wine has never looked or tasted better.

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Product Features:
  • Chills your wine to absolute perfection for up to an hour
  • Cools down room-temperature reds to that optimal cellar climate in just 15 minutes
  • Pop it in the freezer for 90 minutes and it's ready to go
  • Stylish ‘stalactite’ design
  • Aerates as you pour and dramatically enhances the aroma of your tipple
  • Self-contained and can be used again and again
  • Keeps eager picnic bugs at bay
  • Certain to make wine snobs very, very jealous
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 30cm(H) x 2cm(Ø)
Customer reviews
"Awesome! How did I live without one?!"
Michelle - 3rd of February, 2015
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