Lifetime's Savora Line Branches into Barware

The Savora winged corkscrewThe Savora winged corkscrew

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.-Lifetime Brands is expanding its Savora culinary tool and gadget line with the launch of the Savora Wine Collection.

The collection includes a variety of versatile and functional wine openers and accessories, including a waiter's corkscrew, a winged corkscrew, a self-pulling corkscrew, a pourer /stopper and a bottle stopper.

"The entire Savora collection was inspired by the passion and romance surrounding food and wine culture," said Sid Ramnarace, vice president of global brand integration at Lifetime. "We are excited to evolve the brand with our Wine Collection. Our research shows that there is a definitive demand for tools that cater to the wine drinker. The Savora Wine Collection delivers the ultimate user experience with a sophisticated and beautiful look backed by high performance."

Retail prices range from $9.99 for the bottle stopper to $29.99 for the winged corkscrew. The collection will be available online and at select retail stores in November.

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