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News Feature HOW TO PROTECT YOUR LEFTOVER WINES


You serve wines by the glass. It’s closing time and you have bottles of leftover wine. You’re tired and you’ll be back again tomorrow. What do you do?


A) Just put the corks back in and leave them out till tomorrow?


B) Try to pump some of the air out with a “vacuum” pump?


C) Throw them in the fridge?


Let’s analyse these options briefly.


A) Leaving Out If all you’re doing is putting the corks back on, there’s still oxygen in the bottle that’s in contact with the surface of the wine which will result in oxygenation (absorption) and oxidation (degradation). So don’t just leave them out. Duh.


B) Pumping


While it may feel like you’re doing something to help the situation, pumps merely remove some of the air from the bottle, but never all. Throw that stupid thing away!


C) Fridge Putting wine in the fridge does reduce the rate of oxidation but unfortunately the lower temperatures increases the rate of oxygenation. So the oxygen that’s in contact with the wine is absorbed more rapidly. WTH! :(


So what SHOULD you do?


While option C is your best bet of the three options above, there’s still that darn issue with increased oxygenation.


The solution is to simply apply some argon gas to the leftover bottles before putting them in the fridge.


Argon is all-natural, completely inert, colourless, odourless, tasteless and much heavier than air so it sinks in the bottle to form a natural layer just above the wine preventing oxygen from being absorbed.


Winesave (www.winesave.com) is the proven premium gas-based wine preserver. Invented back in 2010, it was the first portable, handheld canister to contain 100% argon. It’s been tested by the who’s-who in the wine industry, and used by many restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, hotels, and caterers all throughout the world. It’s simple, affordable, and it works.


Of course, there’s also an option D… do everyone a favour and just finish those bottles off before closing! ;)


www.winesave.com


12 JANUARY 2018


WWW.VENUE-INSIGHT.COM


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