Kyouei Design - Glass TankFriday, 8 June, 2012, 12:00am
Winemakers spend years cultivating their vineyards, and through experience and changing techniques, try to create the best wines possible.
Enthusiasts go to great lengths to store wines properly and can only do them justice by having the proper stemware to better appreciate them.29 May 2012 - 12:00am
Well-known Scandinavian design brand Georg Jensen presents its Wine & Bar collection of accessories.
They were designed by Swedish architect Thomas Sandell, who thoughtfully addresses every aspect of oenology with this timeless collection in mirror-polished stainless steel.28 May 2012 - 12:00am
As if French soccer legend Zinedine Zidane wasn't enough of a draw, Swiss watch brand IWC Schaffhausen's oh-so grand opening at 1881 Heritage on Wednesday had its own galactico team of superstars in its line-up.30 Oct 2009 - 12:00am
Raise a glass of fine red, or white if you prefer, to these objects of desire that are sure to enhance your drinking experience.
Clef du Vin from Lane Crawford HK$1,150
Table-mounted lever corkscrew from Pan Handler HK$350
Ritzenhoff bottle tops from I.D. HK$195-HK$260
Parrot corkscrew/bottle opener by Alessi HK$4406 Jun 2008 - 12:00am
Vintage accessories no wine connoisseur should be without.
Corkscrew set from Shambala HK$299
Wine bucket from Tequila Kola HK$895
Decanter by Christofle HK$5,720
Corkscrew by Brabantia from G.O.D. HK$318
Wine gift box from Shambala HK$199
Double happiness bottle-stoppers from G.O.D. HK$95 each1 Jun 2007 - 12:00am
1. Silver wine stopper, $95, from Townhouse, shop 210, Prince's Building, Central, tel: 2845 0633.
2. Stainless-steel bottle stopper, $120, from City'super, IFC Mall, Central, tel: 2234 7128.
3. Stainless-steel Vertica wine stopper, $250, from Georg Jensen, IFC Mall, tel: 2234 71803.2 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
WINE glasses in Britain have new marks on them and it's not lipstick that is to blame. New rules determine just how much wine should be in the glass of wine-by-the-glass - and restaurateurs are said to be livid. Order wine by the glass in a restaurant there these days and you'll get either 125 ml or 175 ml, all strictly measured in marked glasses, according to the new requirements.5 Feb 1995 - 12:00am