A new wine tool is revolutionizing how people enjoy wine, both in the hospitality industry and private residences.
Throughout the history of wine many have worried about opening up a good bottle. What if it doesn’t get drunk? No one wants to waste the good stuff, and wine may last longer than previously believed but it still has a limited shelf life. The Coravin is changing when and how wines can be enjoyed around the world.
What Is A Coravin?
The Coravin Wine System is a device that uses a long hollow needle and argon gas to allow wine drinkers to take as much or little wine as they would like from a bottle. After the amount is taken the cork reseals and allows the wine to continue to age without oxidizing. Oxidation is the process that makes wine “go bad”. The device, which sells for about $300, has been lauded by wine experts as the must have tool for serious drinkers.
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How and For How Long to Keep Opened Wine
Ever wondered if it’s worth opening a bottle of wine if you’re only in the mood for a glass?
It is – if you know how to properly store it.
Bottles of wine don’t have to be tossed after opening, contrary to popular belief. Instead, if you follow a few simple rules, you can get your wine to keep for several days or even weeks. The trick is knowing where, how and for how long to store each type.