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World Wine – 'Winesave actually works perfectly for opened bottles.' Philippe Guigal Directeur General & Oenologue E.GUIGAL | Chateau d' Ampuis
Jancis Robinson – More effective than its predecessors at keeping wine fresh in an open bottle.
About This Wine
Made with 100% all-natural, high-quality, food-grade argon gas which is heavier than air and all natural.
Argon is nature's perfect wine preserver as it's inert, harmless, tasteless, odourless and colourless.
Simply spray for one second into an opened bottle of wine and it creates a perfectly natural layer above your wine, preventing further oxidation from the air above.
Guaranteed to keep your opened wine fresh longer - days, weeks, or even months.
The reason why your opened bottle of wine starts to go bad, or taste like vinegar, is due to oxidation, i.e. oxygen coming in contact with the wine and reacting with it. To keep your left over wine from spoiling, you need to keep oxygen away from your wine.
The wine industry has used gases like argon for years to help keep wines during bottling. Argon is a naturally occurring gas that makes up ~1% of our atmosphere. We breathe in argon with every breath. So it's 100% natural and completely harmless.
Argon is quite unique in that it's:
Reacts with absolutely nothing
Heavier than air
Because of these qualities, argon is the ideal protector for wine. When it's released into the bottle, it settles on top of the surface of the wine, displaces the air containing oxygen, and forms a protective layer over the wine.
When you're ready to enjoy the rest of the bottle, simply pour the wine into your glass (or decanter) as usual, and the argon simply returns to the atmosphere (from which it came).
Seems to work well do far
Winesave Pro - Premium Wine Preserver
Works well however it's impossible to know how much argon remains in the canister.