Savino innovation preserves open wine for one week


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Wine industry innovation has been pretty limited beyond winemaking. Arguably, screw caps and synthetic closures have been the most influential innovations in recent years.

Savino founder Scott Tavenner believes his wine preservation device will revolutionize how consumers view a half bottle left after dinner.

“There is nothing like it that’s effective, easy to use and elegant,” Tavenner said. “We have hit that resonance point of something that is beautiful to look at; you can pour from it, it’s easy to use, intuitive, and it’s effective. It covers up 98 percent of the surface area of the wine. When those things come together, magic happens.”

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