How the wisdom of the lotus leaf was the model for 'no drop' effect
With NO DROP EFFECT
©, the Eisch glass factory now for the first
time utilizes this effect for consumer glassware: It is employed to avoid undesirable
drops when pouring drinks from carafes and duck decanters. Who is not familiar
with this: After pouring, drops of red wine run down the outside of the decanting
carafe, and leave ugly stains on the tablecloth or on the vessel itself. With
the NO DROP EFFECT
©, this is a thing of the past. Already when
wine is poured, the NO DROP EFFECT
© almost completely prevents
the formation of drops at the rim of the glass. As a result, no drops of red
wine will run down the outside of the carafe. This guarantees perfect stain
protection of vessel and tablecloth! The NO DROP EFFECT
based on a special treatment of the glass surface which permanently prevents
drops from running down the outside of carafes and duck decanters.
Note: Please note that this product is hand made with blown glass, the item will not have the consistent thickness of a machine moulded item.
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Eisch Decanter Cleaning Balls
Clean your decanters with these ingenuous stainless steel balls.
All you do is add water and gently swirl.
The high-grade steel pellets smoothly roll over and gobble up stains and deposits.
Even hard to reach places will sparkle.
Rinse and re-use over and over again.
Wine Information and FAQ's
Wine Decanter - what are they all about?
Wine decanters can be key to truely enjoying wine. Many times people are confused about how and when to use a decater. Hopefully we will be able to answer all those questions!
What is the main purpose of a decanter?
A wine decanter allows oxygen to make contact with the wine coming from a bottle. As red wine and oxygen meet it "oxygenates" the wine. Effectively, this is the same as quickly aging wine. If a wine needs 10 years for best drinkabilty then should decant the wine or wait the 10 years. If you haven't used a decanter before then I suggest pouring most of the wine in the decanter but leave some in the bottle. After 30 or 60 minutes, taste the two of them you should notice a big difference.
What are the best wine decanters?
The best decater is one that allows maximum mixing of wine and oxygen. After that you should go with looks. THere are many different styles of decanters so find one that matches your taste. Many other sources of wine information are availabe online.
Where to buy wine decanter?
Buy Wine decanter online from us!, its quick and we garuntee safe delivery of your glassware to your doorstep. Any damage will be replaced. We offer a huge range of wine accessories, wine gifts, chillers and wine glasses including the that will impress every wine enthusiast.
Is there different decanters for different wines?
No. The main difference between decanters is their style and how effectively they oxygenate the wine.
What is an wine aerator and how does it work with a decanter?
The entire purpose of a wine aerator is to oxygenate tough and tannic wines. Aerating simply spreads the wine as far as possible to provide maximum contact of liquid with the air. This speeds the highly beneficial effect of aeration on young and tannic wines making them more open and accessible to the palate. Combined with a decanter an aerator will enliven the youngest and toughest of wines in your cellar.
Do I need a wine decanter?
Yes! Wine decanters are a great device for enhancing the flavours of wine. Wine decanters come in various shapes and sizes so shop around to find one that suits you.
How fast does a decanter age wine?
A good rule of thumb is for every 20 minutes in a decanter the red red wine ages the same as one year in the bottle.
Wine information and education