Decanters and jugs
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Decanters and pitchers for perfect serving and optimal tasting experiences
If you are looking for wine decanters or water jugs, you have come to the right place. Our wide selection offers you numerous glass water jugs with lids, designer jugs that are light even when filled, and elegant water decanters with a spout, which are perfect for easy serving without any spillage onto the table. You will also find a full range of wine decanters to decant a mature wine and wine decanters to aerate a young wine.
When serving water, it is preferable to avoid plastic bottles, which, even if they are made of recyclable material, will deplete our planet of its natural resources. We have been manufacturing and guaranteeing the efficiency of our water pitchers and jugs for over 60 years. This is why we recommend our glass decanters and jugs, which enable infinite, safe and ecological use. Many volumes are available to meet the needs of single people or large families. Pitchers with lids, to enable you to refrigerate your flavoured waters in the summer, preventing them from absorbing the taste of the other foods in your refrigerator. Highly efficient spouts that direct the drink only into the glass and allow you to keep the ice cubes in the pitcher without splashes during pouring.
The decanter is recognised as the most suitable container for serving wine. Of course, it is distinguished to use a wine decanter, but why is it useful to decant wine into another container such as a decanter or oxygenating decanter when it is already contained in a bottle? Quite simply because your wine has just spent some time confined in its glass bottle and putting it in a decanter will be good for it and give it a boost.
Throughout its life, wine maintains a close relationship with oxygen. As soon as the harvest begins, care is taken to avoid crushing the grape berries to prevent over-oxygenation, which would cause white wines to lose their freshness and red wines to lose their fruity side. Then comes vinification, where oxygen is needed to transform the sugar in the fruit into alcohol. During the wine maturing period, white wines are deprived of oxygen by being bottled early to avoid loss of freshness and aromas. Red wines will be given a slow supply of oxygen by placing them in vats or barrels, which are very slightly permeable to air and thus allow the wines to improve by refining the tannins.
In the case of wines drunk young, oxygen accelerates the development of the aromas and enhances them. The oxygenating decanter for young wines will be their best ally.
In the case of mature wines, effective aeration using a decanter eliminates notes of under-oxygenation that may appear during the first tasting of a bottle whose wine has been kept for many years.