The first thing I noticed about the Nouveaux was that it’s layout was different, it had removeable parts, no base, and it lights up. When the Nouveaux arrived I instantly attached the charger and let it charge overnight. It needs 12 hours initially. Which, while that seems like a lot – that will last through 80 bottle openings! If you’re throwing a huge party, it wont run out in the middle of it.
As I mentioned before, it doesn’t have a base, instead it stands on the clear acrylic opening that goes over the throat of the wine bottle. The inner cylinder lights up with blue LEDs – I have to admit, it doesn’t just look cool, it’s fun to play with!
While in other models they came with a foil cutter, the Nouveaux has one built in. You simply remove the top of the Nouveaux, place it over the top of the foil, pinch the sides and rotate. It’s quick and easy to remove the foil and it will eliminate any sharp edges to cut yourself on.
The Nouveaux is extremely easy to use, with simple up and down buttons to operate the cork screw. One of my favorite things was watching the cork be lifted from the bottle through the clear base. This is a must have item for your kitchen if you are a wine drinker. And one of my readers will be able to win one! Ozeri is giving one of the Electric Nouveaux Wine Bottle Opener to one of my readers!
How can you win?
Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me if you have ever used an electric wine bottle opener! If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked below!