Perfectly Chilled + Aerated Wine

InVino Veritas Wine Chiller & Aerator

InVino Veritas Wine Chiller & Aerator

InVino Veritas Wine Chiller & Aerator


Here in Florida, perfectly chilled wine doesn’t stay that way due to the heat.  Instead of running back and forth to the fridge to get the bottle each time you want a refreshing glass of wine, I use the InVino Veritas Wine Chiller & Aerator.  

The chiller comes in two parts:  the plastic aerator top and the stainless steel chiller.  Here’s how it works…First, separate the plastic aerator and the metal chiller.  Place the metal chiller in the freezer to freeze for at least 2 hours.  After you open your bottle and let the wine breathe, pour a little off to allow for displacement of the chiller.  Reconnect the two parts of the chiller and aerator and insert into the bottle.  

As you pour your glass of wine, it’s perfectly aerated through the aerator to give you a delicious tasting beverage.  Aerating softens young reds and makes whites smoother tasting.  


InVino Veritas Wine Chiller & Aerator


With your InVino Veritas purchase, you’ll receive a free e-book with some handy tips and four recipes that are perfectly paired with the appropriate glass of grape.

You’ll find some coupon codes on the Amazon page that will make purchasing more than one a deal.  This wine chiller and aerator is a perfect gift for Christmas, birthdays, housewarming, and weddings.  So, you should get yourself one today and get another for a friend.

Buy 2 Wine Chiller Sticks get $5.00 Off Use Promo Code 5OFFVINO.
Buy 3 Wine Chiller Sticks get $8.00 Off Use Promo Code 8OFFVINO.


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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

3 thoughts on “Perfectly Chilled + Aerated Wine

  1. this is a great idea Sandy! I could use one of these in Queensland where it is quite hot in summer. Thanks for being a great co-host and sharing this with us at #AnythingGoes

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