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April 11, 2018 | By Evening Standard

Best wedding gifts fit for a Royal

If you’re one of the 2640 lucky members of the public who received a gilded Barnard & Westwood Royal wedding invitation in the post – congrats! You’ll see with your very own eyes what the majority of the world will watch on their screens next month. Meghan Markle’s passion for the grape is well documented – she even named her now-defunct lifestyle blog The Tig after her favourite tipple, the “big, beautiful red” Tignanello. The next time the newlyweds want to unwind with just one glass of vino, they can turn to this futuristic-looking gadget from Coravin.

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The next season, she and Mr. Plofker were invited to a dinner party at Mr. Jagger’s house. “I’ll never forget, we were wondering what are we going to bring them for a gift — what do you give Mick Jagger?” Ms. Brown said. “So Steven bought him a bottle of wine and a Coravin.

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March 30, 2018 | By Gourmet Insider

Coravin Welcomes New Chief Marketing Officer

Coravin is gearing up its marketing efforts. The manufacturer of wine preservation systems recently tapped Rob Morrison to be its new chief marketing officer.

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How do you even make a mom-themed gift guide? Some moms are in their 20s. Some moms are in their 90s. Some moms like to cook. Some moms like to drink. Some moms like cashmere. Some moms like lavender. Coming up with the best gifts for mom is an impossible task! So what we’ve attempted to do below is find gifts for several dozen specific mom archetypes that we hope will at least spark some ideas.

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The Coravin Model Eleven opens wine without removing the cork, preserves your vino with argon gas and uses Bluetooth to connect to your phone.

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Sandwiched as it is between the first socially sanctioned dry periods of the year (Dry January, Febfast) and the later ones (Dry July, Ocsober), March can be a pretty boozy month. Those of us who abstained from drink after the excesses of Christmas have now probably eased back into our regular consumption patterns. When it comes to Anglophone drinking culture, it’s often feast or famine, which isn’t exactly a healthy approach.

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CORAVIN, Inc., the premier wine tech company that offers wine enthusiasts the ability to pour wine from a bottle without removing the cork, has announced the appointment of Rob Morrison as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).

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March 8, 2018 | By Atlanta Journal Constitution

Device lets you pour wine without removing the cork

When you hear about the Coravin wine bottle opener, you might think it’s just another gimmicky gadget. I think it’s something you must see to believe. A few weeks ago, I saw it, I believed it, and I even had a drink out of it to prove it.

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With craft breweries, distilleries and locally owned bars on the rise, there's never been a better time to drink in the District.

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Imagine being able to ask your favorite HGTV stars for the one kitchen item they can’t live without? Lucky us—we got to do just that! Take a peek at their favorite tools and gadgets…

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February 15, 2018 | By Robb Report

Coravin Offers a Smarter New Wine System

The legendary wine preservation system gets a high-tech upgrade with its Model Eleven.

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Treat yo'self to a glass of the good stuff ... minus all that guilt.

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Just because wineglasses are bigger than ever before, doesn’t mean that you have to (or even want to) finish an entire bottle of wine in one sitting. Sometimes you want to savor a glass or two now and save the rest for later, especially if it’s a really nice wine. That’s why it’s good to have a wine stopper on hand, something that’ll keep wine fresh after opening. And though you might be picturing one of those decorative wine stoppers, like the one with a shamrock that you got at your cousin’s wedding, those are kind of useless when it comes to preventing wine from spoiling or spilling.

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February 5, 2018 | By Travel Channel

Winter's Hottest Drinking Destinations

Then venture southwest to the real thing. Ashford Castle in County Mayo has a history dating to 1228. Last spring, during a renovation to all 82 rooms and public spaces, the owners discovered a 16th-century servants tunnel and coalbunker. They created a new wine tasting, private dining space out of the subterranean passages, decked out in candlelight and an extensive old-world wine list. As the winds howl outside, you can sip a flight of 20-year-old Bordeaux labels poured through the Coravin System – the latest in wine technology.

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Chang expects to see more traditional wines, fewer experiments, and a new European hot spot for oenophiles.

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By Devin Coldeway

Coravin lets you pour your wine without opening the bottle

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By Matt O'Brien and Ryan Nakashima

CES tech show stuffed with gadgets we don’t need - or do we?

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By Jessica Delcourt

If you love wine, Coravin just went fully automatic

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January 9, 2018 | By USA Today

5 more cool things we saw at CES 2018

By Jefferson Graham

5 more cool things we saw at CES 2018

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By Matthew Dunn

The best gadgets showcased at the opening night of world’s biggest consumer tech conference in Las Vegas

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By Chris Foxx

CES 2018: Coravin bottle-sealing gadget picks wine to match Bowie

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CES 2018 : un tire bouchon pour aérer parfaitement n’importe quelle bouteille de vin

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By Tara Flanigan

Kitchen gadget can access fine wine without opening its bottle

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By Mark Bridge

Tech world raises a glass to ‘smart’ wine rack that tells you which bottle to drink

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January 8, 2018 | By Alexander Spier

Smarter Trinken: Wenn das Regal den Wein empfiehlt

Smarter Trinken: Wenn das Regal den Wein empfiehlt

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CES 2018 : l'extracteur de Coravin pour se servir un verre sans ouvrir la bouteille passe au Bluetooth

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CORAVIN, Inc., the premier global wine tech company, is adding to its line of products designed to transform the way wine is served, sold and enjoyed, with the world's first connected Wine Preservation Opener, the Coravin Model Eleven. In conjunction with the Model Eleven, the company is also launching a wine experience app, Coravin Moments, to help wine lovers select and savor their favorite bottles and curate unique wine experiences incorporating food, film, music, moods, occasions and more.

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By Deborah Findling

The company behind the device that lets you pour wine without removing the cork has a new product

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By Billy Steele

Coravin’s smart wine opener doesn’t remove the cork

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December 21, 2017 | By extratv.com

Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

We’re only four days away from Christmas, but have you finished your holiday shopping? If you're in need of some last-minute gift ideas, “Extra’s” Renee Bargh and Tanika Ray are here to help! For those special people on your Christmas list, the Sleepy Jones pajamas, Naked Cashmere slippers, Coravin wine preservation opener, and Karen Lazard Design bracelets will be perfect under the tree.

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December 21, 2017 | By fox13news.com

They Definitely Don't Have This

Coravin Wine Opener The Coravin Wine Preservation Opener uses patented technology to access and pour wine from a bottle without pulling the cork. Simply insert, tilt and pour. Elevate your gifting game with the perfect present to preserve leftover wine for weeks, months or even years!

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December 18, 2017 | By today.com

21 great gifts for the wine lover on your list

For something a little fancier, check out the Coravin Elite Pro ($438) — this bad boy actually does the pouring too!

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Coravin is a wine tool that lets you extract the wine from the wine bottle without pulling the cork. This system inserts a long needle into the wine bottle, allowing you to extract the wine and upon doing so, releases argon gas back inside the bottle. This makes it so the wine is never really opened, which makes it so you can pull just one glass from that bottle of Dominus that you don’t want to drink all at one time. You can use this nifty device to try the wine before you open it. This is an all-around awesome tool that comes with a hefty price ranging from $200 to $600, but if your wallets is overflowing and you know a wine connoisseur that doesn’t have one yet, it’s a tool that is well worth the price.

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December 15, 2017 | By CookingLight.com

The 3 Bottle Stopping Devices Every Wine Lover Needs

Some wines are so precious you want to make the bottle last much more than a week. That’s where the advanced Coravin Wine System comes in—it is a must for any dedicated wine enthusiast. It allows users to pour a glass of wine without opening the bottle thanks to a thin needle that penetrates the cork. Since the buoyant cork will spring back once the needle it removed, the wine will remain sealed and completely protected from any oxygen.

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December 14, 2017 | By ChicagoBusiness.com

A new River North steakhouse and a new Loop restaurant

Truluck's Seafood, Steak & Crab House has opened on Chestnut Street in the Gold Coast in a space last occupied by steak and seafood restaurant McCormick & Schmick's. The two-floor, 325-seat, 11,000-square-foot restaurant with black granite floors, onyx bars, red leather booths and a large glass wine cellar is the Midwest's first location from the 25-year-old Houston-based chain. The sustainably focused menu, overseen by executive chef Daniel Sanchez, includes Florida stone crab caught fresh and delivered within 24 hours; Holland white Dover sole; and antibiotic- and hormone-free prime steaks like the $54 Filet Oscar Royale (a 7-ounce filet with caviar, king crab, asparagus and bearnaise sauce). An award-winning wine list includes 100 wines by the sample, glass and bottle as well as Coravin service. Truluck's also has private dining rooms

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The wine connoisseur or foodie will love this Coravin Model Two Elite Wine Preservation Opener. A combination of technology and luxury, this tool allows you to preserve, open and enjoy bottles of wine for weeks and months—and in some cases even years. Coravin uses technology to access and pour wine from a bottle without pulling the cork. This is much easier to maneuver than your standard corkscrew. Simply insert, tilt, pour and enjoy!

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Even the simple wine pour is getting a tech-upgrade. According to its manufacturers site, “the Coravin Wine Preservation Opener uses patented technology to pour wine without removing the cork from the bottle.” Now you can taste the wine, be that a sip or a glass, and the integrity of the wine won’t change when you return to the bottle at a later time.

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I know I just wrote that I'm not a fan of wine gizmos or gadgets when it comes to bottle openers. But this device is an exception. That's because this product allows you have a glass of wine from a bottle without opening it. Yes, you read that correctly. And I was just as astounded when I saw the owner of a winery using one during a recent trip. When I asked the winery owner about the device, he turned into an unofficial spokesman for the Coravin, saying he could extract wine from the same bottle for months at a time and it still tasted fresh every time.

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For when she just wants a glass of red before bed: This gadget drills a tiny hole into the cork, so she can enjoy a glass of wine without committing to the whole bottle.

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December 8, 2017 | By themanual.com

Never Waste a Bottle of Wine Again with a Coravin

For someone who travels often for work (or pleasure) and loves wine, a quandary quickly arises: What do you do when you open a bottle of wine, but have to leave again before finishing it? Sure, a day or two might be okay, but what if business takes you away for a week or more? By the time you get back, the wine has spoiled and you’re out however much money you spent on the bottle. You may have gotten a glass or two out of it, but that still leaves half a bottle, which has now turned to vinegar. You could just drink the whole damn bottle in one sitting. You’ll get a nice buzz and you don’t have to worry about leaving any wine behind. But what about those nice bottles? That $200 California Cabernet demands better treatment than mindlessly chugging it down just because. (If you need some ideas for wines to get, you can check those out here.)

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December 7, 2017 | By Rightthisminute.com

Crazy Russian Hacker's Even Crazier Wine Opener

Wine openers are very simple and they've basically stayed the same for many years. However, the Crazy Russian Hacker has a brand new wine opener to show off, and it's very interesting. Coravin Wine System doesn't actually open your wine bottle for you, but it does insert a needle into the cork. Then you pour your wine out without letting the air pressure out of the bottle. This is a great device for folks who only want one fresh glass of wine at a time.

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December 7, 2017 | By WashingtonJewishWeek.com

Chanukah is time to join the club

Don’t neglect wine toys as potential gifts. There are a dizzying number of toys, gadgets and accessories to help folks enjoy their wine. One of the better toys is an innovative, though quite pricey, wine preservation and service device called Coravin (from $299). A metal contraption, vaguely microscope-like in look and feel, with a rather long, slightly scary looking surgical needle, the Coravin enables you to tap into an otherwise sealed wine bottle without popping the cork or introducing additional oxygen. You insert the needle straight through the foil and cork and extract as much wine as desired, while inert argon gas fills the remaining bottle space. When finished, you extract the needle.

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December 7, 2017 | By SommintheCity.com

Ultimate Food, Wine and Cocktail Lover's Gift Guide! 

For the wine lovers who also enjoy technology, this Coravin Model Two System is the perfect gift. Coravin is great because you can drink the wines you love without ever having to open the bottle. Coravin features the perfect balance between elegant design and durable craftsmanship. Textured rubber grips and ergonomic lines, ensure a flawless experience with every pour.

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December 7, 2017 | By thekitchn.com

V Is for Vino Explorers

You know those friends you plan on meeting for one glass of wine? And before you know it, you've split a bottle and placed an order for two more by the glass? Those are often the best friends! Show them how much you appreciate them (and your happy-hour-turned-10-p.m. dates) with one of these wine-themed gifts. We've got all sorts of ideas, from smaller jokey gifts to more serious presents that make good group gifts. Coravin, $300 at Bloomingdale's: This medieval-looking gadget will let your curious friend try a sip of wine without uncorking the entire bottle. Sneaky!

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Available in eight different colors, this state-of-the-art wine system effectively removes corks (and preserves wine) without any hesitation.

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December 6, 2017 | By Seacoastonline.com

The greatest gift for wine lovers

Tired of wasting a partial bottle of good wine? The Coravin Wine System, a new wine device that uses a propriety, patented technology to open and pour wine from a bottle, is changing the way wine is served and preserved. I love this product, and so do my wine-loving friends and colleagues. We can all enjoy wine sealed with corks without feeling pressure to drink the whole bottle.

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A top Twin Cities’ burger chain surely could get by with some hearty and/or spicy reds and a handful of whites. But owner Luke Shimp and wine buyer Jason Kallsen had different ideas for Red Cow (several locations, redcowmn.com). First off, they went all the way in terms of glassware and wine preservation (meaning the bottles for by-the-glass options stay fresher longer). They made sure the wines would be served at the proper temperatures. They then co-crafted — and continue to augment — a wine list that looks like it belongs more in a chef-driven emporium than a burger bar: Cortese and Lambrusco from Italy, red blends from five regions and a Coravin program that includes cult wines such as Opus One Bordeaux Blend and Kosta Browne Pinot Noir.

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If the grandparents in your life enjoy a sophisticated sip of wine from time to time because science says it boosts their creativity, but hate the idea of ruining an entire bottle just to pour a glass or two, they'll obsess over the Coravin Model Two Elite Wine Preservation Opener. It uses patented technology to access and pour wine from a bottle without pulling the cork. It's also easier to use than the standard corkscrew, which means grandparents won't call you to do it for them (but there's a chance you'll ask to 'borrow' theirs).

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If you’ve got a woman who’s a wine afficionado on your Christmas list, this splurge-worthy wine system could be the perfect unique gift for her. Coravin’s wine system gives her the freedom to pour and enjoy a glass of wine from any bottle, at any time, without pulling the cork. Sounds crazy, right? Coravin’s proprietary technology in the new Model Two lets her taste, share, compare and explore wine like never before. The Coravin Model Two Plus Pack combines Coravin’s most intuitive wine system with a carrying case and three additional needles that leave the cork in place while allowing wine to flow. Taste wine from any bottle, even her most expensive vintage bottles, and the Coravin Capsule Load Cell Technology installs 99.99 percent pure argon gas to protect the remaining wine from oxidation. Amazing!

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December 4, 2017 | By Grubstreet.com

Fausto Opens in Old Franny’s Space This Week

On the wine side, Campanale favors the organic, biodynamic, and light-to-medium-bodied, and has borrowed smart ideas from lists he admires: Most bottles are available by the half, too (extraction by Coravin helps with preservation), and markups on Champagnes and other big-ticket bottles will be modest enough to encourage regular consumption.

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