Skybar One Wine System…For the Professional Party Host

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The Skybar One Wine System allows you to place one bottle of wine in it, and then have it be chilled to the perfect temperature for a specific wine via a varietal selection button. It pours the wine automatically, and preserves the rest for up to 10 days, thanks to the company’s chilling technology.

An LED lighting system creates a sophisticated effect, and the digital display tells you what kind of wine you’re chilling, how cold it gets and so on. The Skybar One Wine System is available now for $400.
http://www.skybarhome.com/WineSystemOne.aspx

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