The patented wine breather by Menu oxygenates; filters and splits the wine. The idea of the refined interior structure of the pourer originated from the Danish inventor Torben Flanbaum; the pretty shape was given by Martin Sonne.
It is told that Torben Flanbaum saw a TV-program about wine when he had his revolutionary idea of saluting the problem of pouring wine. Inspired by the Venturi-tube of the Italian physician G. B. Venturi, he developed a wine breather that enriches wine with oxygen at the same time when it is poured inside of a glass. Furthermore the wine is optimized further on since a colander with eight gaps ensures the splitting of a good drop of wine.
Even cheap everyday wine will considerably improve with the wine breather by Menu and it will confirm wine experts: the enjoyment of noble wines will improve noticeably by this kind of oxygenation.
Since its invention in 1999, the patented Menu wine breather has been honored with approval internationally. On the “Gave & Interior Fair” in Norway 1999 he has also been awarded with the branch-prize “best novelty”, adding the delighting commentary: ”The wine breather is innovative, solutes the problem of decanting and makes wine-serving easier with its simple, appealing design.”