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The wine revolution is happening with Coravin. Do you want to be part of it?
With Coravin you can pour and enjoy your favorite wines by the glass, whenever you would like, without pulling the cork. It sounds like magic. Do you want to see how this happens?
‘Coravin is going to revolutionize drinking wine’ – Robert Parker, Jr.
For centuries, the cork had to be removed in order to enjoy a glass of wine – that era is over. The Coravin System is a transformational new technology that allows users to pour wine while keeping the cork in the bottle, where it's been since it was first sealed in the winery. Now you can enjoy your favorite and finest wines by the glass whenever you like, and feel confident that your wine will be protected until the next glass is poured. Now you can enjoy the same bottle, or bottles, on multiple occasions, over weeks, months, or even longer. How do we do it? The Coravin System inserts a thin, hollow needle through the cork. The bottle is then pressurized with argon, an inert gas that's in the air we breathe. Once the bottle has been pressurized, the wine flows through the needle and pours into your glass. After your wine is poured, the needle is removed, and the cork reseals itself.
Get more adventurous with your food and wine pairings, and serve both red and white wines with different courses during dinner – rather than saving bottles for special occasions, make any night a celebration by enjoying finer bottles by the glass.
Greg Lambrecht – Founder, Coravin Inc:
“My dream was to magically pour wine from bottles without ever pulling the cork. The remaining wine could then go back in my cellar, so that I could enjoy it again, whenever I desired.
What followed was a decade of development and testing until I had a system that left the cork in place, but still delivered great glasses of wine, indistinguishable from untouched bottles.”