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Private Preserve Wine Preservation Spray
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- 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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Size: 0.29 ounces
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great investment to keep wine fresh. Easy to use and effective.
Must buy for the wine enthusiast.
I am not impressed at all. I would never use this on product on a +$40 bottle of wine. I tried it twice on $15 dollar bottles. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Phillip Jones
Can feels empty but I've used it several times for a few months now and it seems to do what it promises.Published 28 days ago by C. A. Smithart
We have been using for several years . My wife and I don't finish a bottle when we open it. We may have a couple of open bottles at the same time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Larry Knisley
I decided to drink a glass of wine with dinner for health reasons, but wondered how to keep the rest from going bad. This product really works!Published 4 months ago by lbp
My wife and I love wine but have to be abstemious in our intake. One bottle lasts us several days. The inert gas keeps the wine as fresh as an unopened bottle, and couldn't be... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Murray Duffin