This is the genius you didn’t know you needed!
Wine lovers, rejoice! Thanks to inventor Daniel Perlamn, a biophysicist at Brandeis University who’s also a wine enthusiast, a world with drip-free wine bottles could be within our grasp.
When you pour a glass of wine from a bottle, it seems inevitable that one drop will make its way down the side of the bottle. It’s OK when it’s white wine, and not such a big issue when dealing with rosé, but it can make a mess when you’re enjoying a bottle of red.
“Having been a wine drinker for 50 years, I just got tired of the constant stains,” Perlman told HuffPost. And so the quest for a solution began. He cut a circular groove ― 2 millimeters wide and 1 millimeter deep― just below the lip of the bottle and just like that, he stopped the drip. Look: