I generally don't drink wine that costs much more than the change I can scrounge up from the sofa cushions, which is why all the little things I can do to maximize its bouquet, nose, finish, and all those other terms I pretend to understand are so important.
Not many thermometers claim to be well-designed and booze-filled. If you're ever left in a dry house, you at least have one more option. Then again, regular thermometers can get you messed up fast too (and dead). [Unpluggd]
You may have paid $100 for that fancy Cab, but little did you know, its tannins have been seared crispy like hashbrowns in a semi left to sit in the sun. So just for you, dear learned consumer, wine makers are fighting back with a new digital thermometer that can tell buyers whether or not the bottle fell outside its…