If you consider yourself a bit of a wine connoisseur, take your drinking experience to the next level with these handy gadgets.
Drinking wine comes easy to some, but if you want to perfect the art and be a true sommelier, you may need a little help.
Try these on your next drinking occasion - whether that's at home on your couch, or out with buddies.
1. Electric Wine Opener/Thermometer
Why go to all the effort to manually open your bottle of wine, when an electric gadger can do that for you? The Ozeri electric wine opener is rechargable and also has an in-built thermometer to make sure you're serving up the perfect glass of wine.
SHOP: Ozeri Maestro Electric Wine Opener, $38.95 (Amazon)
This smart device will aerate and decant your wine in mere minutes. The iSommelier "aerates wine with a constant flow of purified and highly concentrated oxygen" - taking the decanting process to a whole new level. If you have a few vintage wines in your cellar, you may want to give this baby a whirl.
SHOP: iFavine iSommelier Smart Decanter, $2822 plus shipping (Harrods)
3. 'Wine Yoke' Glass Holders
Because holding your glass is for amateurs! This neck strap and holder will be good for those who enjoy a party - or just talking with their hands - as much as they love a glass of wine.
SHOP: 'Wine Yoke' Wine Glass Holders, $1.96 (eBay)
4. A Bath Caddy
This handy table for your bath allows you to enjoy that much-deserved Pinot while simultaneously indulging in a relaxing soak in the tub. The portable surface folds over the edges of your bath tub and has holders for both a glass of wine and a good book.
SHOP: Ovela Bamboo Bath Caddy, $36 (Kogan)
5. SteadySticks Wine Glass Holders
Enjoy a glass of wine in the great outdoors without having to worry it will topple over on uneven ground. Stake a great spot for your wine glass with these handy wine holders.
SHOP: SteadySticks Picnic Wine Glass Holders, $24.95 (SteadySticks)
Another handy gadget for keeping your wine cool if you're drinking in the great outdoors, or if there's simply no space left in the fridge. The Corkcicle Air is both a cork and a cooling device, made from non-toxic freeze gel. It also acts as an aerator.
SHOP: Corkcicle Air, $44.95 (Myer)
7. Wine tasting kit
This is the official beginner's guide to actually knowing what you're doing when you smell a wine. The Master Wine Aromas Tasting Kit is actually a game that will train you to identify 88 different wine scents.
SHOP: Master Wine Aromas Tasting Kit, $455