Host - TILT- Oxygenating wine pourer
HOST WINE PRODUCTS -Love for innovative design applied to the world of wine is Host's guiding star. The result is a product line that is as beautiful as it is functional. The shapes and lines of the objects are designed to combine the pleasure of the beautiful with the comfort of the useful; the packging is fresh and cared for in every detail; the spirit is attentive and sensitive to enhancing the qualities of wine.
Each glass of wine has its own story to tell, a smile to remember, and a taste that is its own and only its own. Host wants to accompany all these moments and be an accomplice to those who want to enjoy wine in all its essence.
The Host brand is owned by the US company True Fabrications, founded in Seattle in 2003 by a trio of wine-loving, design-conscious college friends.
Today, the company is one of the world's leading distributors of innovative wine products and a point of reference for thousands of wine professionals. BPA-FREE All Host products do NOT contain BPA, the health-damaging Bisphenol A found in most plastic products.
TWIST Host Tilt The more you tilt, the more you oxygenate. -With Tilt you can aerate your wine glass instantly.
Thanks to Bernoulli's principle, you regulate the oxygenation according to the tilt at which you pour: weak tilt (0-45°) = light aeration moderate tilt (30-60°) = normal aeration strong tilt (45-90°) = strong aeration
HOW TO USE THE TILT
Apply the Tilt to the neck of your bottle and pour by adjusting the tilt according to how much you want to oxygenate your wine. Once poured, remove the Tilt and sip in relaxation.
OXYGENATE IN THE RIGHT WAY
Correct aeration of the wine softens the tannins and allows the aromas to be enhanced.
Every wine needs the correct amount of oxygen to be able to express its full potential. Generally speaking, the rule applies that an ageing wine that is still young needs more oxygenation in order to be able to release all its aromas to the full; an aged wine, on the other hand, needs to be oxygenated more gently so that it retains the residual fruity notes and vigour that it has withstood the ageing process.