It combines the classiness of a bottle of fine wine with the convenience of a drink pouch. James Nash debuted his design on a UK reality TV show in which inventors pitched their ideas:
What's really great is the inventor, James Nash, took his invention to a show on BBC called the Dragon's Den. The show listens to pitches for new inventions and awards funding to inventors it feels show promise. Nash, they felt, had a silly idea and was dismissed. But now his product is selling strongly in the U.K. already, and we can't wait to sample it here.
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A) Maximum shelf life for Italian Job wine in “tulips” from Wine Innovations is 4 months.
B) Wine is extremely poor quality that includes, red and rose as well. Consumers that pay more than 2£ per goblet do not realize that the actual cost of the wine is less than 0.10 £ (I am talking about Italian Job)
C) Italian Job wine is transported from Italy and then packaged in UK by InterContinentalBrands company. Hardly to do anything with James Nash and Wine Innovations besides plastic glass production.
I spent a few days with Pascal last week. Saw the machine and tasted French wines that are packaged in the French PET glass. Technology is real, patents are global, wine is excellent and inventor is real.
I tried a white glass of the Froglet and it smelled like rotten eggs