Experience the Fun of Making Your Own Wine or Spirit!
OakBottle® Lets the Consumer Have Their Own Winery/Distillery Without a Huge Investment
Chicago, IL, January 17, 2014
Many winemakers and master distillers believe what makes a truly great wine or spirit great is more a matter of what occurs in the field than what happens inside the winery or distillery. Oak Bottle® is a simple volume to surface area equation; it’s easy to understand how a vessel with more surface area touching less volume can infuse the wine or spirit quicker. OakBottle® makes the oak infusion process simple, fast, and cost effective– so that just about anyone can become a wine master from the comfort of their own home.
The winemaker or master distiller can only highlight flavors and aromas that already exist, not invent flavor. That is what the art of oaking is all about. For centuries, winemakers and distillers have used oak to bring out the best in wine and spirits. The biggest problem aside from the cost of oak barrels is the amount of time it takes for the oaking process to work.
“The OakBottle® is not only for the wine or spirit connoisseur and it is easy, fast, and inexpensive enough for anyone to use. We are excited to offer the world a way to convert the wines and spirits we all love from ordinary to extraordinary,” says Joel Paglione, founder of OakBottle®.
The traditional use of 59 gallon oak barrels for wine making was impractical and expensive. In the past only the best winemakers had access to cooperages that made the best oak barrels. Everyone should have the ability to adjust and refine their favorite wine or spirits flavor using something they can place in the palm of their hand. And what better than an oaking vessel that can also double as a beautiful table piece bottle? With OakBottle®, it’s possible for anyone to experience the fun of making your own wine or spirit without having to actually invest all of the time and money.
To schedule time with founder, Joel Paglione, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit www.oakbottle.com for more information.