Wine Enthusiast Aerating Funnel with Removable Screen and Stand


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  • Designed to hold your funnel at the ready and catch errant drips when you're done.
  • Stainless steel so there's no tainting or tarnishing.
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I have one of these funnels, but I lost the filter/screen in a house move. Do you have replacement filter/screens?
markpfeiffer on Jan 21, 2017
Can this aerating funnel also be used to pour the wine back into the wine bottle from the decantor? Will the funnel fit in the bottle neck? Thx
Lou C on Oct 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No it does not fit. The end is closed with side holes only so it would not work as a simple funnel in any event. I have a nest of 3 soft silicon kitchen funnels I use for tasks like this. Handy for many things.
What is the metric weight of this funnel to the hundredths place? How many millimeters is it?
Nancy the Newbie on Feb 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question, the funnel w/ stand measures :146.05mm tall.
The funnel is 88.9 mm tall. 21.2 milliliters
What are the care instructions? Are all of the parts top-rack dishwasher safe?
null on Mar 24, 2012
BEST ANSWER: They will be fine on the top rack of the dishwasher!
Hello! Can one just pour wine directly into a glass and not use the decanter and get the same effect of aerating the wine a glass at a time? Thanks. J.K.
null on Dec 14, 2011
BEST ANSWER: You can aerate directly into a glass. You will get similar results but a decanter does have more surface area so works better in a decanter.
Customer Reviews

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Terrific product
We prefer red wine and some of them have more than a fine sediment. This product looked like the ticket especially for bottles that have been stored awhile and are a deep color. I've tried decanting by watching the wine flow through the neck of the bottle backlit by a candle. I still can't see the sediment on some of the darker wines. So I decided to try this and eliminate the guesswork and eyestrain and have been so pleased with the performance of this.
February 3, 2009
Glad I bought it
I use this funnel and filter when decanting wines. It seems to speed the process. It is also an attractive item on our wine bar.
March 3, 2009
a must have
never been so happy with such a well built easy to clean devise to make drinking wine so much better
March 10, 2018
1 year ago
I would buy this product again
just a all around great product
September 21, 2011
Truely makes a difference in taste!!
It truely does make a difference in the taste of your wine! When I saw a friend using one my initial response was "how snooty". So we did a taste test on four wines. With and without the aerator. Using the aerator enhanced the taste substantially. I don't think you will be disappointed.
October 22, 2009
This aerator is great. Someone in another review said it didn't filter out sediment. I've use it with several bottles with lots of fine sediment and the filter caught every piece. You just have to pour slowly. Looks great and stand is very practical.
May 30, 2008
Nice addition to Decanter
We use the aerating funnel with our "O" decanter and it further aerates wine and looks attrative as it pours wine down into decanter. Beautiful to watch.
December 30, 2009
Great Product
This is a great product. We had a bottle of wine decanted for us at a restaurant with one of these and we knew we had to have one. Guests will love watching it and it is great for the wine. Easy to clean, easy to use, and (best of all), it does it's job. Recommend!
January 3, 2008
Easy and neat
Very simple way to remove sediment and aerate the wine before drinking.
January 20, 2012
Perfect Gift
This was a perfect gift for the true wine enthusiast. I think that the stand makes the whole thing, you are able to set it on the stand and it drips into the bottom vs all over your counter.
January 7, 2008