Did It Work?
We started with a bottle of red wine that cost less than a Happy Meal. Our team estimated the cost of our oak-infused wine to hover in the high teens, maybe even entering into $20 territory. So, yes, Oak Bottle works.
Our oak-infused vino was noticeably smoother and easier to sip, while the untouched wine was sour and tasted flat. And if you're the type that needs to see it to believe it, our Oak Bottle pours were noticeably darker, less translucent, and more viscous (aka, it had legs).
Oak Bottle stays oaky for around 50 uses, which means that you can keep buying $3 bottles if you really, really want to. Just use your Oak Bottle to make it taste like it has a socially acceptable price tag.