Winemakers and restaurateurs agree. There’s an art to preserving wine. While you may have heard it’s important to let wine “breathe,” this causes oxygen to degrade the bottle the longer it’s been opened. Oxidation can spoil opened bottles of wine as quickly as 24 hours after opening.
Argon gas is the preferred method by winemakers to prevent oxidation that spoils wine. ArT Wine Preserver® is a recyclable wine saver that uses pure argon gas to displace oxygen.
ArT Wine Preserver® is on a mission to reduce waste, starting with wine. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, wine waste is part of the 40 percent of food that is wasted in the United States every day. In the United States alone, the company estimates home consumers pour more than $1.27 billion of wine down the drain, and restaurants pour out another 18+ million bottles!
In 2020, the company saved 24,260 bottles of wine. This is equivalent to 52 buttloads of wine.
They conduct annual surveys to measure usage and turn the numbers into metrics to guide their business practices to save every last drop of wine as possible for consumers.
Don’t let that opened bottle go to waste.
Why ArT Wine Preserver®:
- Keeps wine fresh 7 to 30 days
- Preserves up to 40 bottles per can
- Takes 2 seconds to use
- Recycle the can when empty
- Trusted by winemakers
- Comes with one ArT Wine Stopper
- Price: $14.99 per can
For more information, visit https://artwinepreserver.com/ or contact email@example.com.
About ArT Wine Preserver®: Founder Ryan Frederickson’s former career as an engineer took a different path after a vacation in California wine country. After learning about how much work goes into producing each bottle, and just how much waste occurs due to oxidation, he decided to put his previous experience working in the argon gas industry to use. Naming the product ArT, short for “Argon Technology, the wine preserving canister contains 100% pure argon gas to keep opened bottles of wine fresh up to three times longer. Follow them on Instagram @artwinepreserver.