Always find yourself leaving half a bottle of unfinished wine on the kitchen counter? It’s something that many people do, that or desperately attempt to keep it fresh by forcing the cork back into the next and sticking it in the fridge.
Wine will turn pretty quickly if left out, especially if there’s oxygen getting into the bottle, which is why Savino have developed this useful tool.
Their wine preservation glassware is specifically designed to store wine and keep it perfectly fresh for up to one week.
Using a cover float inside the design, Savino stops any air from hitting the wine by creating a seal at the top, limiting oxidisation.
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