The wine category has historically been among the most adverse to change, weighted down by inherent elitism and navel gazing that stifled experimentation and made large swathes of its offerings inaccessible or downright mystifying. The introduction of Coravin – a device allowing pouring without removing the cork and in the process revolutionising wine by the glass offerings and on-trade propositions – has been the most recent game-changer in that respect.