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3D-Printed Wine Tilt Optimizes The Bottle For Aeration

Wine lovers can let their bottles set at the appropiate angle with this 3D-printed sleeve

Calling all wine lovers: Thanks to 3D printing, you now have an item to keep your bottles at the perfect angle. OTHR, a design brand specializing in 3D-printed items, has released the porcelain Canon wine tilt, created by American designer Brad Ascalon.

The sleeve goes around the base of the bottle once it is open. When tilted, the bottle’s sleeve rests on a open cylinder handle, ideal for holding the cork.

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Open bottles are held at this degree to help the wine breathe, which can help soften flavors and release aromas, similar to swirling around in an open glass. The Canon tilt is priced at $550.

OTHR

3D-Printed Wine Tilt Optimizes The Bottle For Aeration

Wine lovers can let their bottles set at the appropiate angle with this 3D-printed sleeve

Calling all wine lovers: Thanks to 3D printing, you now have an item to keep your bottles at the perfect angle. OTHR, a design brand specializing in 3D-printed items, has released the porcelain Canon wine tilt, created by American designer Brad Ascalon.

The sleeve goes around the base of the bottle once it is open. When tilted, the bottle’s sleeve rests on a open cylinder handle, ideal for holding the cork.

Canon_Wine_Tilt_Holds_Bottle_At_45-degree_Angle.jpg

Open bottles are held at this degree to help the wine breathe, which can help soften flavors and release aromas, similar to swirling around in an open glass. The Canon tilt is priced at $550.

OTHR


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