Coravin is now shipping its Bluetooth-enabled Model Eleven wine preservation system. The new system is integrated with Coravin Moments, the company’s app.
The Model Eleven system enables consumers to control the wine flow rate once a bottle is opened. The app indicates the level of argon gas left in the Model Eleven’s Coravin Pure Capsule, keeps track of needle usage and the need for replacement, adjusts speed of pour, and monitors battery life, among other features. The app also includes a photo capture feature and a flavor mapping tool that can help consumers track and share their wine experiences.
“We’ve received a tremendously positive response from both the wine and technology industries since announcing the Coravin Model Eleven earlier this year, and now wine lovers will be able to experience it for themselves,” said Frédéric Levy, CEO of Coravin. “The Model Eleven takes what everyone loves about our existing Coravin Systems and amplifies the experience as we continue to drive our mission of changing the way the world drinks wine.”
The Coravin Model Eleven kit comes with six Coravin Pure Capsules, enough to pour more than 90 glasses of wine. It also contains an aerator, a set of standard size screw caps, a die cast brushed metal display base and a USB charging cord.
The system is available both online and in select stores including Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Sur La Table. The Model Eleven launch kit is available for an introductory price of $999.95. The Coravin Moments app is free and available for download on Apple iOS mobile devices.