This made me grin:
"Gary Rhodes' city-based restaurant, Rhodes Twenty Four, is set to be the first UK restaurant to introduce 'breathable' wine glasses and we'd like you to join us for a sneak preview. Located in Tower42 and launched in 2003, Rhodes Twenty Four leads the way in promoting the best of British cuisine; the UK launch of the breathable glasses is another fresh taste for the London dining scene. Created by Eisch, Germany, breathable glass allows the wine to - you've guessed it - breath. Increasing the oxygen releases the bouquet and full flavours of the wine within a few minutes - no need to let it stand for 2 hours after decanting. Come and join us at Rhodes Twenty Fourfor an exclusive tasting session with master sommelier Yves Desmaris."
The power of suggestion is strong: I'd love to do a blind, triangular taste test of these breathable glasses. I suspect the session with Yves will not be blind, and that many journalists will really see a difference.