Around Wine has launched a new gadget that claims to offer the pinnacle of wine preservation.
If you have wine left over in a bottle, oxygen makes the taste deteriorate the longer you leave it.
Although after you've popped the cork, oxygenation improves the wine for roughly 1 hour, after that it's generally all downhill from there.
Claiming to be the first of its kind, the Eurocave SoWine Bar preserves opened wine thanks to its two bottle preservation and service unit allows you to keep opened wine for up to 7 days.
Just place an uncorked bottle inside, close the door, slide EuroCave's patented vacuum cylinder over the bottle neck, and set the desired temperature.
The temperature in each compartment of the SoWine can be independently controlled, meaning the wine is at the perfect serving temperature when you remove the bottle for drinking.
You can have either two bottles of red, or two bottles of white or one of each, preserved and ready to serve.
The push down pump seals the open bottle, ensuring the perfect vacuum to slow the further oxidation of the wine. Simply open the door and the pump raises up to its starting position when you are ready to drink it.
Priced at a not-to-be-sneezed-at £300.00, it's available now.