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The BevWizard gadget


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In the LA Times article (7 June 2006), Poof! You're now a rich and silky wine / by Patrick Comiskey

When you place the BevWizard, as inventor Patrick Farrell has named it, on the business end of a wine bottle and pour through it, the wine becomes rounder, softer and less tannic, as if by some miracle someone has taken a power sander and smoothed out the rough edges of the wine. In certain wines, the effect can be dramatic.

But while nearly everyone can detect a difference using the BevWizard, not everyone falls sway to its magic.

The BevWizard costs about $30. Would you use one on that bottle of Two Buck Chuck?

Russell J. Wong aka "rjwong"

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