Raise your hand if you’re obsessed with your Keurig or Nespresso Machine. Now, raise your hand if you’re obsessed with wine (white or red). Same, fam. Same.
Well, now there’s an appliance that combines your love of coffee machines with your love of wine and it’s called, The D-Vine Wine Machine.
The D-Vine was created by a French startup called, 10-Vins. The machine “puts wine in a 100ml test tube-shaped container called a ‘flacon’ (little bottle) and brings it to the optimum temperature and aeration recommended by wine makers,” according to Mashable.
Translation: Your wine will be aerated and served at the perfect temperature. Giving you, the perfect glass of wine...every single time. Yes, you read that right - THE PERFECT GLASS OF WINE!
Here’s how it works! Similar to the K-Cups with Keurig, you have to use 10-centiliter bottles, that have been created specifically for The D-Vine. Don’t worry though, there are a lot of wines to choose from.
The small bottle of vino is then placed on top of The D-Vine, and your empty wine glass is placed underneath. Once everything is inserted, the wine starts to make it’s way to your glass. Moving through the machine while either heating or cooling - whatever is needed to create, THE PERFECT GLASS OF WINE.
Now, you might be thinking, “This sounds like a long ass process for a glass of wine!” It’s not! The entire process should take under a minute. Not including the time it might take for you to pick a wine, of course. If you’re anything like me, you take 30 minutes just deciding if you want red or white (the struggles of being an indecisive woman).
But, using the machine to produce THE PERFECT GLASS OF WINE, shouldn’t take long. It might even be quicker than your Keurig!
Hopefully, I’ve sold you on this product just as much as I’ve sold myself. If so, the next time you’re in France, you should go pick one up.
You don’t have to go all the way to France. You can also buy The D-Vine, and wine bottles, through the 10-Vins website.
Just so you know, the website is in French, so make sure you click the translate button on the top right of the page. Unless you know French, which in that case, laisse tomber (that's French for, "never mind").