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VinEdge Inflates To Preserve Wine Without Pump

Monday November 4th, 2013 - 1:58PM


VinEdge Wine Preserver, Shown Above Partly Inflated.

The VinEdge Wine Preserver preserves bottled wine without the use of any pump mechanism. Instead, the VinEdge is a two-part system that preserves wine as it is poured using fluid dynamics to replace wine with the same volume of air, according to VinEdge.

Included with the VinEdge is a drip-free pourer and a disposable, inflatable tube. Users attach the pourer to the tube and then insert it in to a full bottle of wine. As the wine is poured, the insert inflates in the bottle creating a vacuum, reducing oxidation and preserving the wine, the company said. Once the bottle is empty, the VinEdge spout is removed and the insert can be disposed.

Available in green, red and black, the VinEdge has a suggested retail price of $29.95 and comes with 12 disposable inserts. Additional inserts can be purchased in a pack of 12 for $7.50 or 50 for $26.50.