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vacuum wine saverHave you ever hesitated to open a bottle of wine, knowing you will not finish it and concerned the wine will not taste good the next day?  Well, good news--that problem has been solved and we can thank Mr. Bernd Schneider and his brother John.

Bernd Schneider, founder of Vacu Vin, disliked the taste of spoiled wine. Together with his brother John, they developed a device to preserve opened bottles of wine. Introduced in 1986, the Vacu Vin Wine Saver  is a reusable vacuum pump and stopper set.

The re-usable stopper is inserted into the bottle and the Wine Saver pump both re-seals and eliminates the excess air from the bottle. This sealing action drastically slows down the oxidation process and preserves the taste of the wine. The process of re-sealing the wine bottle is very easy; just pump until a "click" is heard.

This unique wine sealer is used in 30 million households throughout the world. We would consider that a "best seller." KosherEye is one of the 30 million using the Vacu Vin Wine Saver. It really does what the manufacture states...preserves the flavor of an opened bottle of wine. A wonderful item to both use and gift. 

The Dutch based company also manufactures and distributes other innovative house ware products and has won 20 international Design and Trade award.

For product information, visit VacuVin.com.  The Vacu Vin Wine Saver is available on Amazon.com.


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