KELVIN: WINE SERVED BETTER
Ask any wine expert, and they will tell you that wine taste is made up of a combination of numerous key elements, each of which is dramatically (and uniquely) affected by temperature - so it makes sense that any wine is only at its best at the correct, recommended serving temperature.
With this in mind and glass in hand, lets dispel some myths;
- Red wine isn’t best served at “Room Temperature”, in fact it never should be (unless you live in a castle).
- Never serve white wine straight from the fridge (fridges are for keeping your milk fresh).
Whether you drink Red, White or Rose, our range of Kelvin Wine Monitors will help you unlock the full flavour of every bottle and change the way you enjoy wine forever.
"Temperature - This is the single most important aspect of serving any wine. You can change completely how a wine tastes by serving it too cool or too warm."
- Jancis Robinson OBE, Master of Wine, Wine Journalist
Watch the video
To see how Kelvin can make serving your favourite wines at the perfect temperature both simple and fun, please watch our video here.
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"I'm someone who has always believed in serving wine at its ideal temperature, but, WOW, what a huge difference Kelvin makes in the way wines express themselves!"
- Jesse Becker - Master Sommelier - San Francisco
"VERY COOL, Kelvin shows you how to perfectly chill your wine and where it should be. It’s the new digital way of keeping track of your wine and this thing will ensure that you are drinking it at the right temp. It's great, a great Christmas gift!"
- Fox News - Tech Talk
"I believe that wine temperature has profound impact on the taste of wine. Kelvin will unlock the door for you to the world of fine wine, and make you adore it even more."
- Takashi Kamikatahira - Senior Sommelier - Tokyo
"Sauvignon or Shiraz at the perfect temperature, the Kelvin Duo will wirelessly monitor the your wine, even if it is in the fridge"
- T3 Magazine - December 15 - UK
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