Shopping Cart

News and updates

Probably the most famous Master of Wine in the world.

Posted by Steven Parker on

Probably the most famous Master of Wine in the world.

We love Jancis Robinson, so much so in fact that her quote is the very first you read on our Home Page.  We totally agree with Jancis that temperature is the key to enjoying any wine to it's fullest and I would encourage everyone to read the rest of the article and benefit from her words of wisdom.  Jancis even mentions that she is not a fan of (conventional) wine thermometers but of course the article was written in 2009, long before the invention of Kelvin Duo or K2 that make serving your wine at the perfect temperature simple and...

Read more →


A wine journey down the (Margaret) River

Posted by Steven Parker on

A wine journey down the (Margaret) River

Recently I have been hearing lots of interesting things on the grape vine (pun definitely intended) from wine influencers all around the world talking about different wines from Margaret River, Western Australia.  From Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to Shiraz, all being recommended by a few of my favourite influencers who have really helped me enjoy my wine-learning journey and over-all tasting experience.   All of my wine Twitter ‘Rock Stars’ will encourage you to venture lots of wines of different origins, old world to new, depending on their non-biased opinions (I’m not talking about so-called wine critics, but about...

Read more →


AIR, GLASS, TEMPERATURE – THE PERFECT TRIANGLE

Posted by Steven Parker on

AIR, GLASS, TEMPERATURE – THE PERFECT TRIANGLE

Whilst the type of grape largely determines the flavour, colour, sugar, acidity and the levels of tannin in wine there are three other factors that need to be considered. The magical trio of air, glass and temperature are key to giving you the perfect balance of flavours.   Tackling air first, decanting is centuries old with the idea being to pour off the top layer of liquid leaving behind any sediment or residue. Back in the Roman times they would let the decanted wine sit for hours, believing it brought out a wine’s aromas and mellowed harsh tannins. Luckily for...

Read more →


Who knew? (We did).

Posted by Steven Parker on

Who knew? (We did).

Since coming up with the idea of Kelvin, we have had the ability to taste our wines at their intended serving temperatures, unleashing an entirely new flavour experience. Whether it be our cheap and cheerful 'go to' super market purchase or an expensive 'gifted' bottle, be it red or white.  So I love it when experts endorse how crucial serving temperature is to your wine enjoyment and over all pleasure. "Experts maintain drinking red wine at higher temperatures robs it of its finesse and flavour."  "Temperature is vital to ensure wine is enjoyed at its best." "Drinking a glass of...

Read more →


2019 here we come!

Posted by Steven Parker on

2019 here we come!

2018, what an amazing year!

We’d love to say a massive thank-you to the rapidly growing Kelvin community all over the world.

We're looking forward to even more serious growth in 2019 and hoping to bring the gift of wine at the right temperature to as many people in the world as we can.  I think 'The Telegraph' summed up the Kelvin K2 quite nicely …

 “If you speak to an expert they’d tell you that drinking your wine at the right temperature completely changes the flavour.  This smart thermometer fits around your wine bottle and alerts you when it’s perfect to drink.”

Read more →


×