Wine Preservation

Which Wine Preservation System is the Best?

No legs, no nose, and no body- the description of many wines! Sounds scary, right? The wine industry has been held captive by an invention 100+ years old – the good old wine bottle. It is time someone did something new in wine because you cannot trust that old wine bottle! QikVin and company to the rescue. They re-designed the wine bottle for good! All sorts of things can happen to a wine in the bottle before you even open it. It can be stored like a fine Spanish “Crianza” for mandatory periods of time in barrels before the mandatory year in the bottle before it can be sold to you. In container ships the wine can, if not protected, be over heated on route to the USA. See the post by Jancis Robinson on this matter. Then there are the “tannins in the wine or the free SO2 that keep the wine intact until opened. Once opened the natural defenses in the wine deplete in short order. Here is where the QikVin allows you to protect your wine and keep it intact until you drink your wine and want to aerate your it. Imagine how little cooking wine you will have if you can enjoy your wines to the last drop? And who says your food tastes better prepared with poor oxidized wine rather than flavor filled red or white? Am I right? That is something to think about!.

Just look at the image below and see for yourself just how little air touches the wine in the QikVin! Then view the video to see how the QikVin gets the job done! It can be purchased from our best wine gadgets (Amazon) or on the QikVin Website.

Take a look at the QikVin in action.

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