Serve by lifting the stainless steel valve.
- Made of durable borosilicate glass
- Stainless steel trim
- Slate base
- Hand wash recommended
Size: 5w x 5d x 19h (in)
Weight: 5.3 lbs
Capacity: 30.3 ounces
Ratings & Reviews
by Tennis bum
It looks wonderful in the catalog, but when you open It up the glass is so thin I am afraid it will break on the first use. The stand is not that sturdy to hold a bottle of wine. I bought 3 for Christmas gifts but would be embarrassed to give them. And with shipping I paid over $200 a piece. I will be returning them.
Reply from IWA
Thank you so much for your review. We forwarded your comments to the owner of the manufacturer, and he replied as follows:
Never heard anything like this from any of our customers, (consumer, restaurant or tasting room). The "thin glass" is Borosilicate which is basically Shatter Proof Pyrex and very very durable. I have even dropped the filter tray on the floor at trade shows to prove how durable in fact. We have more than 30 restaurants in the USA serving wine thru the Table Tower daily and it is certainly abused in that environment.
The stand is perfectly balanced with a non-slip eva base plus it is minimalist due to the fact that it creates a smaller visible foot print, by design.
The only complaint we had on 2 separate occasions was a slight drip but it turned out to be due to an uneven surface. One outside on a patio and the other the decanter was not seated correctly in the holder.
This is such fun to use - the pour cascades down the sides in a sort of waterfall effect, and the latch that releases the wine is easy to use. I find it to be quite sturdy, and it looks great. I've started using it instead of my regular decanters.
Thin fragile glass so be careful. Works great for a small party or dinner but once it’s set in place you really can’t move it around so be sure it’s in a convenient spot. Must be set in stand correctly or it leaks.
Fun and Functional!
by Sue Kelley
Not only is this so fun and decorative to have on the dining table but it works! We compared wine straight from the bottle vs thru the decanter and was remarkable difference!