Coravin has debuted the Coravin Aerator, a small spout-like tool designed for use with its wine preservation opener.
According to the company, the aerator is said to yield smoother, aromatic pours by taking advantage of the wine preservation opener’s pressurized argon gas. The pressure behind the pour allows the aerator to force wine through 24 carefully placed and sized holes, creating small jets that expand the surface area of wine exposed to air. This process makes the aerator effective in rapidly aerating the wine, the company said.
“Consumers have expressed a desire for a Coravin aerator since we introduced the original Coravin system in 2013. I’m thrilled that wine lovers around the world can now aerate by the glass, while simultaneously preserving their favorite wines using their existing Coravin wine preservation opener,” said Greg Lambrecht, inventor and founder of Coravin.
The Coravin aerator fits securely on the spout of the company’s wine preservation openers to aerate any amount of wine. It has a suggested retail price of $69.95.