Pourers – a classy way to have your wine served
What are the advantages of using a wine pourer?
While pouring wine, a wine pourer is a helpful item to have since it offers the following benefits:
- Wine Flow Control: A wine pourer aids in wine flow control as it is being poured, lowering the likelihood of spills and drips.
- Aeration: Certain wine pourers are made to aerate wine as it is poured, increasing the flavour and fragrance of the beverage.
- Convenience: Wine pourers are simple to operate and don't call for any specialised training. Simply attach the pourer to the bottle's neck, and you're ready to pour.
In Kulina, we have pourers from reputable manufacturers like WMF and Zwilling that are both stylish and easy to use. Also, we have a wide offer of wine stoppers and corkscrews that make opening wine bottles a breeze.
What is the difference between a wine pourer, a wine stopper, and a wine decanter?
In wine serving, a wine pourer, wine stopper, and wine decanter are different types of equipment that are used for various tasks.
- A wine pourer is a tool used to manage the flow of wine while pouring it into a glass. A wine pourer is often formed of a spout-like accessory that fits over the wine bottle's neck and helps keep your tablecloth and countertop free of spills, drips, and stains. Certain wine pourers are made to aerate the wine as it is poured, increasing its flavour and fragrance.
- Secondly, the wine stopper is a tool used to close a bottle of wine that has been opened to preserve the wine's flavour and fragrance. Wine stoppers come in a variety of sizes and shapes to suit different bottles and can be fashioned from a variety of materials. A wine stopper is customarily used after a bottle has been opened, or the wine is not completely consumed, and there is some left in the bottle.
- Wine decanters, on the other hand, are containers into which wine is poured before serving. They typically have a large base and a small neck and are constructed of glass. The main purpose of wine decanters is to get rid of any sediment that may have built up in the bottle over time, which can impair the taste and texture of the wine.