Wine Bottle That Doesn't Drip

A biophysicist and inventor,  DanielPerlman of Brandeis University said the trick to this design is an additional two-millimeter groove added to the tip of the bottle that helps to catch the liquid as the bottle gets tilted back up.

The conclusion came after Perlman studied slow-motion videos of wine being poured for three years, and realized drips most often occur when the bottle is full or near-full. With the extra lip, he claims the tiny design update can fix an obviously very real problem that very many people experience in very frustrating ways.

The fix is simple enough that he hopes bottle designers just take this into consideration when manufacturing the glass containers.



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