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Wine Accessories • Wine Preservation

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Save Your Open Bottle Like a Pro

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2 x VineyardFresh Wine Preserver

Recork and refrigerate. This approach to preserving an open bottle of wine is so ineffective, you might as well just dump the bottle. But after years of wasted wine, I finally found an effective solution to saving open wine bottles.  read more...

Shipping Included!

2 x VineyardFresh Wine Preserver

Recork and refrigerate. This approach to preserving an open bottle of wine is soRead more...

Shipping Included!

2 x VineyardFresh Wine Preserver

Recork and refrigerate. ThisRead more...

Shipping Included!

2 x VineyardFresh Wine Preserver

Recork and refrigerate. This approach to preserving an open bottle of wine is so ineffective, you might as well just dump the bottle. But after years of wasted wine, I finally found an effective solution to saving open wine bottles.

VineyardFresh provides a reliable method for preserving the remaining wine in an uncorked bottle. Inspired by elaborate wine preservation systems used by restaurants and wine bars, VineyardFresh uses inert argon gas to create an inner barrier between wine and oxygen, the culprit in the breakdown of a wine’s aroma and flavor. This inert gas process halts the oxidization process, and with just two pumps from this featherweight can, wines stay fresh.

Argon gas is colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-metallic: in short, it doesn’t alter the wine. And despite this great price, two wine preserver cans last through 100 bottles of wine. Keep a can handy or give a pair as a gift to wine-loving friends.

What You Should Know
• Contains 100 percent food-grade argon gas
• Use two pumps per wine bottle
• One can lasts 50 bottles
• Do not expose can to heat
• Does not affect a wine’s taste
• Full can feels empty

—Katy Andersen

Katy Andersen studied cheese in Italy as a Fulbright Scholar before joining Lot18 as the Gourmet Food Specialist. Katy grew up on an organic farm, surrounded by a garden, an heirloom apple orchard and heritage livestock. While at Princeton University, she founded the Greening Princeton Farmers Market and the Princeton Slow Food chapter. Most recently, Katy was co-president of the Wine & Cuisine Society at the Harvard Business School. She was also a member of the winning finalist team of the Bordeaux blind-tasting competition at Lafite in 2011.

Cooking Light Magazine

“If you won’t reach for [your opened wine bottle] again for more than a day or two, invest in a preservative product like VineyardFresh ... which displaces the oxygen in a half-finished bottle with safe, protective argon and nitrogen gas. This is a common practice at wine bars.”
—Jeffery Lindenmuth, “Preserve Your Pinot (or Cabernet, or Chardonnay...)” (June 2006)

Cleveland Free Times

“If you have a friend who has trouble finishing a bottle of wine, you should: a) consider inviting yourself over more often; b) advise him or her to start drinking earlier in the day; c) buy him or her VineyardFresh wine preservative; d) all of the above. The correct answer is “all of the above,” of course. Open wine goes bad because of oxidation. VineyardFresh, composed largely of argon gas, creates a protective barrier between your sauce and the air, making open wine last longer. The gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, and best of all, each can ... preserves up to 50 bottles of wine.” (Dec. 2005)

Parma Sun Post

“To preserve open wine, you must keep it free from oxygen. Restaurateurs own systems that spray inert gas into open wine bottles. This forms a barrier between wine and air, preventing the wine from spoiling. Now, those at-home wine fanciers can do the same with the new VineyardFresh wine preservative.”
—Barbara B. Coller

Vineyard Fresh Website