Once the wine is corked, it begins to oxidize. However, once the cork is removed and returned to the bottle, the cork residue tends to get inside the wine. However, if you put the wine stopper in the mouth of the bottle, the bottle may not fit in the refrigerator.
" Wine Condoms " is a condom-type wine stopper that solves this problem. It protects the wine from oxidation and allows it to be stored in the refrigerator.
Usage is almost the same as a general condom. Break the condom packaging, make sure it fits snugly against the mouth of the bottle, and wrap it down with the fingers of both hands. This will prevent the wine from oxidizing. If you're used to wearing a typical condom, you're unlikely to fail.
Wine condoms are said to provide much higher airtightness than when Saran wrap is wrapped around the mouth of a bottle and fastened with a rubber band. Even if the bottle collapses, the wine will not spill. Also, like a general condom, it is a disposable type, so it can be said to be hygienic.
The wine condom was made by Mitchell Strahan, who lives in Texas, USA. According to Strahan, wine condoms are perfect for parties. Many wine bottles can be opened at parties, but often there are not enough wine stoppers available. However, there are 6 wine condoms in a box. It can be used as an inexpensive and easy wine stopper.
Women should pay attention to how men put wine condoms on bottles at parties. Obviously unfamiliar men are likely to be uncaring or unreachable men who do not have any "protection" when sharing a bed with a woman.
It can be purchased from the UK mail order site FIREBOX. The price is £ 11.99 (about ¥ 2,230), but a separate shipping fee of £ 3.25 (¥ 604) to Japan is required.
Now, unfortunately, wine condoms cannot be used for sparkling wine. Please note that if you inadvertently put it in a bottle of sparkling wine, you may end up with a "condom balloon".