Spiral Cellars revisits historic French staircases but with a modern touch: they build watertight underground cylinders with an air flow system and enough space for 1,900 wine bottles.
8-Bit Vintners mixes geeks and grapes with their inaugural 2007 vintage, Player 1: it’s a blend of wines from vineyards in Eastern Washington, including Syrah, Tempranillo and Malbec.
An affordable alternative to Kalorik’s Wi-fi Wine Cooler, this Wine Bottle Thermometer straps onto your favorite 750ml bottle and will display its temperature from 41 to 85 degrees F.
Australian wine connoisseur Neil Ashmead loved cabernet as much as he loved cars; this Elderton GTS Shiraz honors him and the GTS Holden, with shark gills and a 6-speed shifter.
Bringing Wi-Fi to wine, Kalorik’s dual bottle Wine Cooler uses two wireless temperature probes inserted into uncorked bottles to alert you when it’s time to rechill your bubbly or red.
Ideal for chugging down some Chianti poolside, these Trek Wine Karafes hold 750ml of fermented grape nectar in a stainless steel vessel that won’t add chemicals or unwanted flavors.
Mixing alcohol with an auto brand sounds like a PR disaster, but Alfa Romeo (along with Fiat and Lancia) is doing just that with red, white and sparkling wines from the Scrimaglio vineyards.
Celebrate 2009 with Krug’s On My Own Terms luxury champagne case; it includes six bottles of their Grand Cuvee along with a personalized plaque affixed to a cellar case.
Epicenter Designs’ Gottacha Wine Rack concept is both a brilliant conversation piece and a place to stow your sangiovese; whoever thought a game of darts could be so intoxicating?
Like time travel in a bottle, 7th generation winery Sandeman is offering a Porto Century Pack which includes its ten-, twenty-, thirty- and forty-year old Ports in a wooden box.
Gold Cuvee is a white wine that turns a few shades of gold, literally: it blends edible 22 carat gold flakes with Pinot Blanc grapes, and gives new meaning to pissing away your money.
It’s amazing what word play can do: USB Port is a 2007 Zinfandel with geektastic packaging; it sports a USB symbol and a binary tree that decodes to Peltier Station, the makers of the wine.
JAQK Cellars’ California wines seem more at home in a Vegas nightclub than a musty wine cellar with playful casino-themed labels; they even sell JAQK-branded playing cards.
Get your official The Sopranos wine, made by with several Italian wineries and affordably priced between $15-$34. Each is tied to a specific character, e.g. Tony’s Chianti.
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