To be honest, this is the first time I have ever even heard of a wine wand. Sure, I know what decanters are and even have my own little collection, but a wine wand? Sounds magical! Well maybe just the case it comes in is magical, as it’s made out of the one and only, carbon fiber.
Phillip Stein, known best for integrating frequency technology into the company’s extensive collection of watches, has now expanded his resume into luxurious lifestyle products.
The wine wand itself is said to use natural energy to aerate wine which enhances the wines flavors and aroma, in a much shorter time period than a decanter. The wand has encapsulated glass jewels which uses natural frequencies to do so. It is also comprised of Swarovski Crystal and a silver finish. “By inserting the wand into a wine bottle/decanter for 5 minutes, or in a glass for 2 or 3 minutes, the Philip Stein® Wine Wand releases the wine’s natural aromas and flavors to achieve their full potential while not changing the taste you love.”
If you don’t quite get it, watch the video below:
The challenge with a decanter, is the time needed to really complete the aeration process, about two hours. And “The Wine Wand has been created to accelerate the aerating process of wine by replicating the natural frequencies of air and oxygen, and infusing them into the wine. This process allows your favorite wine to be perfected and ready to drink in only 2 or 3 minutes.”
Again, I’m not sure how magical this wand really is but it sure looks fancy. For those interested, it is available in two sizes and both can be ordered with a carbon fiber case, which by the look, really resembles the Excalibur carbon fiber cigar tube we carry. The smaller Wine Wand is $230 and $290 for the larger one. All the other cases run for $185 but are definitely not as elegant and sleek looking.