A small pin, camouflaged in glass or purposely highlighted in golden metal, placed at the tip of the stem and the base of the bowl, permits a slight caress of the thumb applied to the outside of the glass to make the glass rotate, smoothly swirling the wine inside.
This rotation permits a better evaluation of the visual characteristics, the olfactory notes and the gustatory sensations conveyed by the wine.
It is a simple idea, says Parentini, that springs from the intimacy Italians share with wine and the acts performed in drinking it, which not everyone is familiar with: from smelling its bouquet to swirling it in the glass. Gira e Rigira lets you decant the wine with an elegant gesture, while sting at the table and conversing. A natural, elegant movement, that at one stroke eliminates the fear of seeming either inadequate or snobbis