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Wine Saver: A few years ago, Coravin revolutionized the way wine is enjoyed at both home and in restaurants by allowing opened bottles to be preserved perfectly as if never opened. This technology lets restaurants pour much better but less demanded wines by the glass without worrying about turnover, and lets people at home enjoy great wines without worrying about finishing the bottle in a sitting. The newest innovation is the Coravin Model Two Elite Wine Preservation Opener, a unique gadget that uses patented technology to access and pour wine from a bottle without pulling the cork. It’s easier to use than a standard corkscrew, looks cool, and comes in unique colors like rose gold. But most importantly, it preserves the wine remaining in the bottle for weeks, months or even years. It is sold at Coravin.com and at Bloomingdales, Sur La Table, Neiman Marcus, Total Wine, Best Buy, Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond ($350).

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This gift will not only make the recipient an expert host, but also a magician: the Coravin Model Two Wine System allows you to pour a bottle of wine by the glass without pulling the cork. It works by inserting a thin needle into the cork so you can fill a glass without oxidizing the full bottle. Cheers to that!

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November 16, 2017 | By yahoo.com

Where to Snag the Best Black Friday 2017 Deals

Coravin- Discount: 50 percent off the Coravin Wine Preservation Opener Sales Dates: 11/24 through 11/27

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LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Have you gone shopping for your Thanksgiving dinner yet? Well don't forget the wine. But are you always wondering which wine to pour with what? A company has started a holiday wine line to assist people with those hard to guess wine questions. You just post your question on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag - #TheWineLine, and you'll get your answer in seconds. Some of the questions the experts expect to get are, "what kinds of wine should I get for a party?" Or, "I'm on a budget, what's a good inexpensive wine?" Or even offer suggestions as to what to do with leftover wine. They say that the service was created out of a need, according to Coravin, 40% of people surveyed said that not pleasing their guests with the wine selection stresses them out. 37% of respondents were worried about how long leftover wine can stay good. The wine experts will be available to answer your questions through December 31.

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November 16, 2017 | By Good Day Sacramento Online

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November 14, 2017 | By businessinsider.com

Unique Gift Ideas

Coravin allows you to pour a glass of wine without ever uncorking the bottle, so you don't have to worry about oxidation ruining the wine. Since you aren't opening it just for a glass, your wine will stay preserved over weeks, months, and years if you like. Coravin Model Two Wine System, $299.95

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Coravin manufactures devices that let you enjoy wine from the bottle without removing the cork, and they just came out with screw top replacements that let you do the same with screw top wines, so you can preserve their flavor for longer, too. You'll need the original Coravin device, but the screw tops themselves go six for $30, with each cap lasting about 50 punctures from the device.

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November 13, 2017 | By patch.com

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Best Splurge Gifts

Get the ultimate wine experience with this elite pouring system that allows you to enjoy your wine without even having to remove the cork. But don't worry, the thin wall needle will not damage the cork and pours quickly, leaving you more time to indulge. Coravin Model Two Elite Wine Poring System

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November 13, 2017 | By BostonVoyager.com

Meet Greg Lambrecht of Coravin in Taunton Mass

Today we’d like to introduce you to Greg Lambrecht. Greg, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today. I fell in love with wine as a young man and had amassed an at-home collection that began collecting dust while my wife was pregnant. I still wanted to enjoy great glasses of wine, but didn’t want to commit to full bottles. For me, wine is a thinking beverage – it’s something you contemplate, experience side by side. I wanted to taste three or four different bottles, but wasn’t about to pull the cork on four bottles in one night. I tried preservation systems but nothing effectively allowed me to drink what I wanted, when I wanted, without sacrifice. Regardless of the preservation method, each time I pulled the cork, oxidation started and I was locked into the bottle. My dream was to magically pour wine from bottles without ever pulling the cork. So there I was, an expert in needles. In particular, needles that don’t do damage to things. I came up with an idea to pass a non-coring needle through the cork while it was still in the bottle. My hope was that I could then return the remaining wine to my cellar, and enjoy it again and again, whenever I desired. I’m a science geek, so 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. The Coravin Wine Preservation Opener has entirely changed my relationship with wine by giving me the freedom to access any wine at any time, in any quantity, without ever pulling the cork. The best part is that I can share my love of wine with my friends and family – my cellar has become my wine bar. Coravin has transformed the way that people enjoy wine around the world and we look forward to continuing to enhance the wine experience at every touch point.

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November 8, 2017 | By Purewow.com

Bonkers Gifts That Are Totally Worth the Splurge

Drink your favorite bottle of wine without ever having to remove the cork, thanks to this ingenious gadget. Um, but how? The system inserts a thin, hollow needle into the cork and allows you to drink the exact amount you want, while preserving the rest for weeks or even months at a time.

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