Wibox2, wine like at the bistro

wikeeps wibox2



Wikeeps‘ latest product wikeeps wibox2 is faithful to tradition: consuming wine remains an art of living and deserves certain conditions. The Wikeeps wibox2 process offers you a unique and resolutely modern way to serve it at the table while protecting it. Also, and in view of the success encountered in the CHR and with wine professionals, the Wibox 2 follows in the footsteps of its big sister the Wibox 4: it is an elegant temperature maintenance cellar, with adjustable temperature from 5 to 18°C, LED backlighting to highlight the labels. Wikeeps thus offers individuals all the advantages of a professional product in a version with a reduced size of only 25*25*30 cm.

The cold is created by a powerful Peltier system (electrical outlet) which has the advantage of not causing vibrations – ideal for wine – and of being very energy efficient. The Wibox 2, equipped with 2 Wikeeps essential kits, will find its ideal place in your kitchen, between your toaster and your wine cellar.

Expanding Your Wine Knowledge:

Beyond the choice of glass and temperature control, deepening your understanding of wine varietals, regions, and production techniques can enrich your tasting experience. Explore different grape varieties, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Syrah, to understand their unique flavor profiles and characteristics. Experiment with wines from diverse regions, including Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Tuscany, to appreciate the influence of terroir on wine styles. Learn about various winemaking methods, from traditional fermentation in oak barrels to modern techniques like carbonic maceration, to gain insight into the complexities of wine production. By expanding your wine knowledge, you can develop a deeper appreciation for the artistry and craftsmanship behind each bottle.

Investing in Wine Education:

For those passionate about wine, investing in formal wine education can be a valuable pursuit. Enroll in wine courses, tastings, and workshops to deepen your knowledge and refine your palate. Certified wine programs, such as those offered by the Court of Master Sommeliers or the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET), provide structured learning opportunities led by industry experts. Join wine clubs or online communities to connect with fellow enthusiasts and share tasting notes and recommendations. Attend wine events, festivals, and vineyard tours to immerse yourself in the world of wine and gain firsthand experience. By investing in wine education, you can enhance your tasting skills, expand your wine repertoire, and cultivate a lifelong passion for wine appreciation.

Embracing Sustainability in Wine:

As awareness of environmental issues grows, many wine producers are embracing sustainable practices to minimize their ecological footprint. Look for wines labeled as organic, biodynamic, or sustainable to support producers committed to environmentally friendly farming methods. Explore wineries that prioritize biodiversity, soil health, and water conservation to promote a more sustainable wine industry. Consider the environmental impact of packaging materials, such as glass bottles and corks, and seek out producers using eco-friendly alternatives. By choosing sustainably produced wines, you can enjoy delicious wines with the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re supporting responsible farming practices.

Conclusion Your bottles for tasting will always be at the perfect temperature so that you can enjoy your evening drink, in moderation but without ever compromising on quality… Good tasting !