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Wine Enthusiast Private Preserve Wine Preservation Spray


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0.34 ounces
  • Endorsed by some of the country's best-known wine critics
  • System uses 100% inert gas (non-toxic) to remove all of the oxygen from your opened bottle
  • Preserve your wine's freshness in 4 easy steps
  • An amazing 120-plus uses in 1 can
  • Remember in order to keep your wine fresh, you have to seal your wine bottles with a stopper
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Product Details

Size: 0.34 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 6 x 6 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000DCS18
  • Item model number: 481 01 01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,546 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 0.34 ounces

Endorsed by some of the country's best-known wine critics, this system uses 100% inert gas (non-toxic) to remove all of the oxygen from your opened bottle. Preserve your wine's freshness in 4 easy steps. An amazing 120-plus uses in 1 can. Remember in order to keep your wine fresh, you have to seal your wine bottles with a stopper.


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Customer Reviews

In this case, the atmosphere is nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and argon.
WMC
We've used this product for many years, and it remains the best system for storing unused wine for a up to a week.
C. T.
I've tried the vacuum pump things and they are about as good at preserving wine as they are at increasing "size."
Sinecure

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 95 people found the following review helpful By E. Ono on May 2, 2008
Size Name: 0.34 ounces
I've been drinking and saving partial bottles of wine for years with this stuff. I've played with those wine vacuum pumps in the store, and I can tell you from experience using vacuum bells in engineering labs, that there is no way those little pumps and seals could remove enough atmosphere to make a substantial impact in lowering wine oxidation.

As for the amount of gas in the bottles, I usually purchase Private Preserve by the case, in an unopened box, and I've never had an issue. I can usually get at about 100 uses from a can. I think the instructions on the back are over-simplified; when the bottle is brand new and the pressure is high, you have to cut the amount of spraying time at least in half, if not more. Then gradually increase the amount of time as the pressure decreases. Remember; only the surface area of the exposed wine needs to be covered, which is pretty small, and not the entire remaining empty volume.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Sinecure on February 13, 2007
Size Name: 0.34 ounces
I've tried the vacuum pump things and they are about as good at preserving wine as they are at increasing "size." Perhaps it works for a very short time, but it doesn't last.

This stuff lasts. I've left a bottle of red for over a week and it was still great. In fact, with some young wines I find they are better after opening, having one glass, then closing with Private Preserve and enjoying the rest the next day.

I'm not sure of the 120+ uses, but I'm very happy with the value at $10/btl.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By www.artbyhiromi.com on September 16, 2005
Size Name: 0.34 ounces
i love this product - it's easy to use and has saved a lot of bottles. BUT it doesn't seem to last 120+ uses as stated on the cannister. towards the end, i lost some wine - it's hard to gauge when the cannister isn't giving off enough gas to adequately protect the wine from oxidation. but, until i can find a better replacement, it sure beats using the manual vacuum-creator/pump.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Brad Rigsby on January 19, 2008
Size Name: 0.34 ounces
This item contains inert gas which is heavier than oxygen.
It creates a layer on top of the wine which prevents oxidation.
You do not need to fill the bottle with the inert gas to prevent oxidation.
Wine worth saving costs at least $15 a bottle.

Assume it saves a half a bottle each time it is used. That is $7+ per use saved.

If you use good sense and spray only what is necessary you can get many uses out of a bottle.

Worst case, say it has 20 uses in it, that is 50 cents per use. Is there any more that needs to be said?
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By dg on August 14, 2006
Size Name: 0.34 ounces Verified Purchase
After trying vacuum pump / seals, I found this to clearly beat them. Generally keeps our reds for a week, when otherwise I would taste a vinegar taste after a day.

In reading some of the other reviewes, I can't specifically recall whether it lasts for 120 uses, but with my wife and I drinking 1-2 bottles a week, it lasts for months. Well worth the money in my opinion.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Andrew Smith on August 2, 2009
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The can I bought at Christmas is still blowing strong after probably 50 uses. The heavier than air inert gas sinks to the bottom of the air space in a sealed bottle so you don't have to completely re-fill the bottle with the gas. It keeps oxygen off the surface of the wine, preventing oxidation (over-airing and turning to vinegar). The combination of gasses is just right to achieve this purpose without acidifying the wine any further (low CO2 content so no carbonic acidification). I've had a half-drunk bottle keep very nicely as long as 10 days after being re-corked with a 3-second blast of this product. Great stuff.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Kern on November 24, 2009
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This is the most effective and economical method for preserving wine. You won't be disappointed if you follow the directions.

Long Story:
A year or so ago, I was researching better ways to save that half-bottle of red wine overnight (okay, so I am picky about the flavor). I tried the vacuum pumps -- but you don't really get the air out. I also tried pouring the wine into smaller plastic bottles (the idea being to not have air on top) and putting in fridge. But then I would have to warm up the wine (in a hot water bath because we don't have a microwave). Too much hassle and the bottles were not always perfect size.

Then I was considering the expensive machines that use assorted inert gases. But I decided to try out the gas by itself before buying the expensive storage machines (besides, my wife would be asking "where you going to put THAT?").

I saw many reviews of this wine preserver that said it was great, but complained about the number of uses not being 120. So, I taped a piece of paper to the bottle and ticked off each use. I also was careful to follow the instructions to "count" for the first half-second squirt -- my suspicion is that those complaining about "less than 120 uses" probably squirted too much into the bottle each time.

The results? I got 100+ uses. Oh, I should point out that sometimes there was only one glass left in the bottle, so I would put in an extra few short-bursts to account for the extra volume.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bearwife on January 9, 2009
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I think I have tried every kind of wine preserver known to man, including all the vacuum pump models, some of which are pretty good. There is nothing else as easy to use and effective as this spray wine preserver. It takes about 5 seconds flat to seal a wine bottle and I really don't taste much deterioration at all in the following days. I will point out that no wine is going to taste the same weeks later: even with the preserver you should plan on finishing the wine within a week of opening it. But this is the only product I've found that makes it possible to actually continue to drink from the same bottle without a loss of quality over a few days after opening.
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