Review: TRIbella Wine Aerator

If one of your goals for 2016 is to become a wine connoisseur, then the TRIbella Wine Aerator is a must-have for your wine collection.  I received an aerator from TRIbella, LLC owner, Skip Lei, to try out for myself.  I already can’t wait to host a dinner party so I can serve my favorite wines, each with beautiful pours.

Based in Portland, Oregon, Mr. Lei started TRIbella Wine Aerator as a Kickstarter campaign in May 2014. Eventually, 384 backers pledged $22,208 to help bring the project to life. While there are many amazing wine aerators on the market, TRIbella brings the science of beauty to the wine glass. The patented aerator pours wine in three streams.  The air between the streams allows the wine to breathe naturally, while the beauty of the three streams is appealing to eye as the wine hits the stemmed glass.

The TRIbella Wine Aerator comes in nice, sturdy packaging.

(Photo by Lesley Haenny)
(Photo by Lesley Haenny)

Upon opening the package, the aerator is protected in a case that is similar to what you would put your eye glasses in.

(Photo by Lesley Haenny)
(Photo by Lesley Haenny)

It did come with directions, but as a person who rarely reads directions (even though I most definitely should), I found that inserting the aerator into the bottle quite easy.  This particular bottle of wine is a rose’.

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(Photo by Lesley Haenny)

And it is indeed, a beautiful pour!

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(Photo by Lesley Haenny)

I would highly recommend purchasing the TRIbella Wine Aerator to any wine enthusiast.  TRIbella is also based in Portland, Oregon, so please support your local business!

The TRIbella Wine Aerator is $40 and can be purchased here.

Disclaimer: TRIbella, LLC sent me the aerator as a gift to allow me to try it and write my review.  All opinions are my own and not that of TRIbella, LLC.

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