Corkcicle Wine Chiller

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

No one likes warm wine, which is exactly why we spend gobs of money on wine chillers, and deal with those messy ice buckets on a regular basis. No longer do you have to suffer when it comes to chilling your favorite bottle of wine thanks to the Corkcicle Wine Chiller.

A must have for any wine drinker, this ingenious little device is made from a food safe gel that will bring your red wine from nasty room temperature to tasty “cellar” temperature in no time at all (it also works with white wine). Forget the buckets, and wine chillers, this is definitely the way to go. Simply throw the Corkcicle in the freezer for about 2 hours, then stick it right in your wine bottle. It’s as simple as that. The best part is it’s completely reusable, just be sure to wash the Corkcicle between uses. [Purchase]

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