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?


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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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