Victorinox Wine Master Caters to Culinary Crowd

Victorinox Wine Master

Victorinox just debuted the Wine Master, a new specialized Swiss Army Knife geared for wine enthusiasts. The new knife incorporates 5 wine-related functions in a large chassis based off of the popular Ranger model.

In order to imbue the Wine Master with full capabilities in the kitchen, Victorinox built it on their large 130mm frame. This allows for a 3.75-inch blade, the same size and shape as that on the acclaimed RangerGrip. “The only blade that is larger is on our Hunter Pro and that is the largest blade we make in folding knives,” Victorinox’s Christopher Costa says. In the Wine Master, the long blade will likely see light duty tasks like slicing food, but it is lent durability with an interior lock, disengaged by pressing on the cross and shield logo on the show side scale.

The extra-large frame, 5-coil corkscrew, and two-hinged lever lifter make it easy to open your favorite wine. “The bodies of our 130mm knives are the right size to accommodate these tools, and ideal leverage pivot points,” Costa says. A curved foil cutter and bottle opener round out the list of functions.


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The Wine Master hits the market in upscale olivewood or a walnut handle option. The Wine Master is more likely to find a home in a drawer or picknick basket than a users pocket. Even so, Victorinox includes a leather pouch for carry and storage.


Knife featured in image: Victorinox Wine Master

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