14. Jean Dubost Waiter’s Laguiole Key
Handmade cutlery has been produced in and around the French village of Laguiole since the 19th century. There is an iconic link between Laguiole key and wine, bringing together two great French contributions to the world. This is an heirloom-worthy wine corkscrew that will elevate your wine uncorking ritual. As long as you can stop your friends from putting a hand in your pocket, it will last forever.
15. Arch Carbonator 3
Leave it to the Swedes to design the first carbonator you’ll actually want to look at on your kitchen counter. The sleek design with its metal arm looks more like a manual Italian espresso machine than a soda maker. On the job, it produces very sparkling water, perfect for whiskey volleys, mojitos, or other cocktails where you really want the fizz to go on.
16. Baccarat Harmony Tumbler Set
The perfect glasses for drinking whiskey on the rocks, this set of two cut crystal glasses—from French fine crystal maker Baccarat—is the pinnacle of premium glassware. It’s heavy at the base, but has a very thin edge, and the cut lines provide a nice grip when condensation forms on the outside.
17. Gorky Pairing No. 285
This is the last wine case you’ll ever need – and any wine lover will love it. Ghurka leather goods have been handcrafted in Norwalk, CT, since 1975. With room for two bottles in the quilted interior, Pairing #285 is crafted from vegetable-tanned leather stamped with the classic Ghurka logo and lined with the iconic Ghurka embossing. Thoughtful details include a leather handle and smooth-as-butter zipper.
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