Booze, Enjoyment, Wine

Single Serving Wine in Stemware

3 Comments 25 June 2010

A box of wine is portable, but not classy. Stemware is classy, but not portable. But in a stroke of mad genius, inventor James Nash has combined the two to revolutionize drinking on the go. Cheers! Meet the Tulip. Each sealed, recyclable container holds 187.5ml (about 6 ounces) of wine.


James Nash took his invention to a show on BBC called the Dragon’s Den. The show listens to pitches for new inventions and awards funding to inventors it feels show promise. Nash, they felt, had a silly idea and was dismissed. But now his product sold by Wine Innovations is selling strongly in the U.K. Will it be coming to the USA?

Sources
Gizmodo
CNET
CrunchGear


Your Comments

3 Comments so far

  1. Crystal R says:

    OOOOOO!!! Great idea!!!! I can’t wait!

  2. torontoviewer says:

    Brilliant idea as long as the wine is half decent. Would rather have a beer (and I don’t like beer) than crappy wine.


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