The 'Bacchus Decanter' is Inspired by the Roman God of Wine

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 14, 2016
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The 'Bacchus Decanter' is a wine aerator that draws inspiration from Roman mythology. Although the decanter serves a practical purpose, its beautiful shape makes it worthy of public display.

The Bacchus Decanter was designed by the luxury Austrian glassware brand 'Riedel.' The decanter pays tribute to the history of wine consumption by honoring the Roman god of wine. As a result, the vessel has a distinct horn shape that curves at the end. This not only allows for a cleaner wine-tasting experience, but it also provides a beautiful way to serve wine to guests.

With a holding capacity of 63.5 ounces, the mythological wine decanter is perfect for consumers who are looking for a more sophisticated way to enjoy fine wines.