Menu's patented Vignon decanting spout aerates, filters and splits the wine. The idea of the refined internal structure of the spout came from the Danish inventor Torben Flanbaum; we owe the beautiful design to Martin Sonne.
It is said that Torben Flanbaum saw a television show about wine when he had the idea to solve the big problem of decanting. Inspired by the Venturi tube of the Italian physicist G.B Venturi, he developed a decanting spout in which the wine is enriched with oxygen on its way from the bottle to the glass. In addition, the wine is further optimized by a sieve with eight holes for the splitting of the noble drops.
Even a cheap everyday wine is considerably improved by the decanting spout from Menu and connoisseurs confirm that this type of aeration also increases the enjoyment of excellent wines.
Since its invention in 1999, the patented Menu decanting spout has been praised at home and abroad. At the "Gave & Interior Fair" in Norway in 1999 he was awarded the industry prize as "best novelty", with the pleasing comment: "The decanting spout is innovative, solves the decanting problem and simplifies wine serving with its simple, appealing design".