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Preserve the Reserve

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  • Publish Date: May 29, 2009

It’s Wednesday night and you arrive home after a long day of work with the urge to break into your “cellar” (wine fridge) and see what you can find. Eying that bottle of Kosta Browne Pinot Noir that just arrived in the mail, you quickly remember that you have plans Thursday night and will be out of town for the weekend. Knowing you won't finish the whole thing and not wanting to put such tasty juice to waste, the bottle goes back on the shelf and you settle for a less guilty pleasure.

With the Preservino you can live without fear that your new favorite wine has become a $40 bottle vinegar when you return to it a few days later. This clever gadget will allow you to cork a bottle for days if not weeks without the wine getting oxidized.

No need for added feelings of remorse to your already guilty wine habit. Checkout this slick tool at (there’s a nice short video that shows how it works).

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