Australian vineyard Penfolds has created a limited-edition record player in event of the upcoming 70th anniversary of their front runner a glass of wine, Grange. Each document player is independently handmade by Symbol Sound, with only 7 pieces created globally.
The record player tackles the traditional "all in one" console layout from the 1950s, the same years in which Penfolds' leader Max Schubert made the initial vintage of Grange while explore wine-making techniques he observed in Bordeaux.
Along with featuring high-end accessories from Riedel, Chateau Laguiole as well as Monopole, consisting of a hand-blown glass decanter, the document gamer features a hidden red wine area that houses two uncommon investment 'White Capsule' Grange magnums from 2010 and also 2017, intended to be aged and also consumed no earlier than around 2030.
The document player's closet design also reserves space for saving eight white wine glasses and also a vinyl document collection, backlit by automatic interior lights.
A convergence of wine and also music felt all-natural to Penfolds. Not only did Schubert himself love songs, yet the winery has actually incorporated songs vernacular into its day-to-day language, making use of music as an example to define its well balanced and abundant process of crafting wine to a house-style.
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