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Up until recently, it was not possible to store and offer argon in a can. Now a clever new valve prevents the argon from escaping the can. Argon is far denser than nitrogen and cannot dissolve into the wine in the bottle over time. It creates an inert heavy seal over the wine. The sooner you use it once you have opened the bottle, the longer the remaining wine will last.
We suggest pouring out what you want to drink into another small vessel and immediately using the WineSave.
Find out more here: www.winesave.com
This is an approx. 100 dose canister, subject to how liberal you are with the argon. You need a 1 second blast of gas into the open bottle.
Read more about preserving an open bottle here: How to preserve an open bottle of wine
Read what Jancis Robinson has to say about WineSave - Small sips to be allowed at last, 5 Jan 2011
Decanter - Finally, a Way to Save Wine