Wine Lovers Are Using Private Preserve wine storage and preserving products because it works and is inexpensive to use.
Each can offers about 120 applications.
This works out to about 7.5 cents a use. I have personally been using
the Private Preserve product for about two years. I can open several bottles at a time and
never have to worry about spoilage. I use it about 3 times a week. I
would have wasted a lot of good wine down the drain if it were not for the Private Preserve
product. This is why I now an authorized distributor for selling Private Preserve Products.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why not just use a
First of all, vacuum systems do not work (Wall Street Journal 12/12/88); they
are not effective in removing enough oxygen to prevent oxidation. Secondly,
vacuum systems also remove the wine's bouquet.
- Does Private
Preserve interfere with the taste of the wine?
Absolutely Not! There are no chemicals in Private Preserve, it is an inert,
harmless, tasteless gas. Private Preserve actually helps preserve the wine's
bouquet, unlike vacuum wine saving products.
- How long will
Private Preserve keep wine fresh?
Whilst on test in California a bottle was kept for full year without any
deterioration in the wine. Please note that wines vary in their ability to be
preserved for long periods of time. Private Preserve will only keep wines
fresh for as long as the wine can be kept fresh, typically the wine should be
consumed within a few weeks.
- How quickly does
the cork or the stopper need to be replaced after spraying the gas?
As quickly as possible as air currents passing over the top of the bottle
can disturb the Private Preserve gases on the surface of the wine.
- Why is the Private
Preserve canister so light?
Because all that it contains is a mixture of inert gases. In fact the same
gases are used by wineries when they bottle their wines.
- Who uses Private
Anyone who doesn't feel like finishing a bottle of wine! Many restaurants also
use Private Preserve for wine by-the-glass programs. It is also ideal for wine
lovers who want to keep two or three different types of wine open