Is it chardonnay-o’clock? Shiraz-thirty? Half-past-functional-alcholism? We’ve got a watch for you. Décantheure is the watch for you. This crowdfunded watch is a basic 3-hander with a few fun design twists. The coolest thing? It has decanting times for various wines, from 30 minutes to 2+ hours, allowing you to let your wine breathe before you guzzle it under the pedestrian bridge near the park.

The watch has a rotating outer bezel that sets the wine and also features a mechanical movement and exhibition back.

It’s made by Soren Jensen in Copenhagen and starts at $169 for early birds. It has a Seiko NH35 movement and a textile strap. It should ship in May 2017, just in time for Rosé season.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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