Zero Oxygen Solutions is releasing its ZOS wine saver at the upcoming International Home + Housewares Show.
To use the wine saver, a consumer can insert the ZOS stopper with the attached, oxygen-absorbing cartridge into an open bottle of wine. Then, the wine saver is said to remove the oxygen that causes wine to go bad. The oxygen-absorbing cartridges are designed to last about 10 bottles depending on use. An electronic cartridge tester/display stand lights up green to confirm that the cartridge is active or turns red when the cartridge needs to be replaced.
“ZOS is ideal for anyone who enjoys a single glass of wine, likes to open more than one varietal to complement a meal, or those who simply don’t want to over indulge,” said Greta Mowry, COO, Zero Oxygen Solutions. “With ZOS, you no longer have to feel guilty about opening a bottle to enjoy only a glass or two because effectively saving your wine for weeks or even months [depending on storage conditions]is now as easy as inserting a ZOS stopper into the bottle.”
The new ZOS wine saver kit includes an airtight bottle stopper, an oxygen absorbing cartridge, and a countertop electronic cartridge tester and storage case. It has a suggested retail price of $59.95. Additional cartridges and stoppers will be sold separately.