Oak Bottle Launches New Website with Customization Option
Known for creating the fastest at home oak aging vessel, Oak Bottle is now offering shoppers a way to customize their bottles and interact with other Oak Bottle users
Oak Bottle announces the launch of their newly revamped website, giving customers the power to personalize the look of their Oak Bottles.
Offering consumers an affordable way to enhance the flavor profiles of their favorite wines and liquors, Oak Bottle is the first and fastest small scale aging vessel on the market. The small barrel accelerates the process, turning ordinary wine, whiskey and other spirits into something extraordinary within hours.
Oak Bottle is now giving their customers even more ways to make the experience their own. The website is filled with tons of fresh tips and ideas, interactive features, and the highly anticipated customizer module.
This new tool lets the customer be the designer behind their Oak Bottle. Each bottle is meticulously crafted from 100% American White Oak, and then laser engraved for a personal touch that makes it the perfect gift for birthdays, retirements, anniversaries, weddings and more.
From names and logos to personal art and messages, it is a blank canvas just waiting for inspiration. The website even offers a designated area for shoppers to display their creations for others to view and purchase if they so desire.
After designing their ideal bottle, shoppers can check out the new Community section and meet other fans. Here they can share tips, learn new recipes, and get inspired by what others are experimenting with right now.
Creator Joel Paglione grew up immersed in the winemaking industry through his family’s vineyard and winery. It was here he learned that the smaller the oak barrel, the quicker it was to achieve that ideal oak character. Yet, there were no cost effective, small sized options available for the home enthusiast. This revelation spurred him to develop the smallest possible oak infusion vessel ever made and the Oak Bottle was born.
His invention is making its way into retailers including Brookstone, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lakeland UK and many stores in the Midwest, and can be found worldwide in the USA, Dubai, Russia, the UK, Australia, Canada, and Germany. It has even been put on display in North America’s largest wine museum next to the historic oak barrel.
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