Wine

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Founders Sweet Repute Barrel-Aged Wheat Wine

If there is one thing the guys over at Founders know, it's barrel-aged beverages. Their Kentucky Breakfast Stout and Canadian Breakfast Stout are two of the greatest beers to ever pass our lips. Now they're taking their skills to something a little different and seriously exciting. Sweet Repute is their latest release ... continue reading
$18 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Nice Laundry Sock Drawer Makeover SPONSORED

After Nice Laundry launched their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, they sold out of things within 24 hours. Now that they're are back in stock, grab as much as you possibly can before they're long gone. Check out their "Sock Drawer Makeover", which is 18 pairs of fresh, high-quality socks for $99 with free shipping, a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere. Plus, they'll recycle all of your old socks for free--whether you're a Rebel or a Prepster, that's some Spring Cleaning you'll actually do this year. Cool Material readers can receive a special, limited-edition bonus pair with their first order. ... check it out
$99 buy
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Stainless Stemless Wine Glass

There's little better than enjoying a drink in the great outdoors. With this Stainless Stemless Wine Glass, you can make sure that pinot noir stays in your glass regardless of the terrain you place it down on. Each of these surprisingly stable glasses are perfect for tossing in your bag when you're camping or even ... continue reading
$12 buy Related Items: Camping, Drink, Gear, Home, Outdoors, Wine.
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Wine Cell

Space is most likely at a premium in your pad. In an effort to utilize the area you've got, you have to get creative. Wine Cell can help with storing some of that vino in a clever way. The wine holster allows you to suspend individual bottles on your wall. The Wine Cell is sold in sets of three and allows you to utilize ... continue reading
$44 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Helix Twist-Off Wine Cork

The days of drunkenly opening a wine bottle and leaving chunks of cork floating behind are numbered. In fact, the whole breaking out a corkscrew thing may just be over as well. The Helix Cork, which was unveiled at Vinexpo, lets you simply twist the cork to get it off and put it back on your opened bottle. Since the ... continue reading
$TBD buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Star Trek Wine

Trekkies are sometimes known to get into heated debates about the classic Star Trek series, specifically which episode was the best. Of course there are a few episodes that always show up in every discussion: "The Trouble with Tribbles," "Mirror Mirror," and "The City on the Edge of Forever." In order to pay homage ... continue reading
$25+ buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Concrete Wine Bunkers

Slicing, twisting or popping open a bottle of your favorite vineyard can obviously happen a number of ways, but if you're home it all starts with removing the vino from storage. You can store your bottles in any number of different places, but we're willing to bet money on the fact that it isn't as cool as these Concrete ... continue reading
$25 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Aervine – Corkscrew & Aerator

Serving up tumblers of whiskey to your girlfriend's folks with an elegant dinner is a bit odd. Since there are times in our lives when wine is going to be the must serve drink, we might as well serve it as best we can. The Aervine is an inventive new corkscrew that has a built-in aerator. Not only are your bottles ... continue reading
$33 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Wine Grail

When it comes to wine, we'll always trust the sommelier's advice. Our experience is no more than dabbling, but we do know one thing--we hate wine glasses. They're small, dainty, way too freaking easy to break and a pain in the ass to wash. Enter the Wine Grail. Made by hand, the 10oz Wine Grail is the best of both ... continue reading
$17 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Vintage Brewery Bottle Lamps

At this point, just about everyone has made something out of gas pipe. We've designed and built everything from coat racks, to shoe racks, to lights, to shelves for the girlfriend's cats (true story). Needless to say, it takes a lot to impress us when it comes to gas pipe creations. These Vintage Brewery Bottle Lamps ... continue reading
$120+ buy Related Items: Decor, Home, Lighting, Wine.
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Log Stump Cooler

Remember those little stash boxes you had as a kid to hide “stuff” from your parents? They probably looked like a fake outlet or a can of Mountain Dew or a smoke detector. This Log Stump Cooler is kind of like that, except it’s for camouflaging booze and ice when you’re out in public somewhere where there are ... continue reading
$40 buy Related Items: Beer, Drink, Home, Wine.
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Motorhead Shiraz

We never would have pegged Lemmy as the wine and cheese type, but you don’t get to be the biggest rock legend in the world without being full of surprises. For no obvious reason other than because they bloody can, Motörhead has created their own wine. Motörhead Shiraz is a full bodied wine with a fruity aroma and ... continue reading
$31 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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Planetary Gears Corkscrew

Next to your cell phone and wallet, the worst thing you can have floating around in a cab is chunks of cork. In the latter case we are, obviously, talking about wine and not a motor vehicle, but you get the idea. Even successfully extracting the barrier between you and an excellent wine buzz is kind of a pain in the ... continue reading
$70 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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the20 Ammo Box Wine

Do you enjoy consuming up to four bottles of wine in one sitting without ever having to reach for a corkscrew? How about the convenience of only having to deal with one container and a spigot when your lips get tingly? Do you enjoy the idea of getting tanked off of box wine housed in the manliest of containers? If ... continue reading
$80 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.
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The Corkcicle

Sometimes, the simplest things in life are the best. This is especially true when it comes to wine that’s better chilled. Wine chillers are expensive and require time to get your vino to drinkable temps. Ice buckets are messy and turn everything into ice wine. The solution is simple – a giant, reusable icicle made ... continue reading
$25 buy Related Items: Drink, Home, Wine.