GENESIS Preservation and Wine Dispensing System



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  • Single bottle preservation and dispensing system
  • Designed for both sparkling and wine
  • Dimensions: 17" H X 6- 8/7" W X 10- 2/3" D
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Item # 485 20 02
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On the Genesis website they have 3 types of this product, the regular, elite, and pro. Which one is this one? Or is this a different line? based upon the type of gas used my guess would be that it is most like the pro? Is that the refill we would purchase for this?
C on Jun 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe that this model is the PRO model based on the fact that you will use the Wine Gas tank and not the capsules. As far wine stoppers, it is more like the Elite system. I believe that having the PRO tank set up is better, less cost per glass to preserve and less frequent tank changes.
How many days does this preserve the wine?
Leslie on Jan 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Still wine can be preserved for up to 60 days with Genesis, while sparkling wine can be preserved for up to 5 days.
Between this preservation/dispensing system and the Krups Wine Dispenser (http://www.wineenthusiast.com/krups-wine-dispenser.asp) What is the major difference besides this product being able to preserve champagne? Which is more highly recommended?
C on Jun 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Krups is a vacuum perseveration system, as well as a chiller and can hold up to two bottles.
The Genesis is a single bottle argon gas preservation system, which is said to preserve wine longer than vacuum systems. The Genesis also is meant for sparkling wine & champagnes.
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Proven, simple way to preserve wine
I have only used this product for one bottle of wine so far. Here are my impressions, after reading the directions and utilizing it once, it is a simple process. It is a simple mechanical process. No complicated electronics, no fan to listen to or other devices to break. Does what it is supposed to do, preserve and dispense. When dispensing and preserving, you have to make sure that after use the lever is in the off position(very important) or wine will dribble out of the spout or Wine Gas will continue to pump(to a certain point, I believe) into your wine bottle. After having another device which was relatively noisy and periodically problematic, I am enjoying the simplistic design and peace and quiet. The main lever feels like it could have a better 'solid' feel, but it does work fine. It would be nice to have something to catch any wine drips after pouring a glass, it does seem to drip once or twice after dispensing. This model(the PRO) I believe is the best value utilizing the largest Wine Gas tank since this will be a recurring cost as compared to other products without additional costs. Also, you do not have to change the tank as often when compared to the capsules. It would be nice if the cost of the Wine Gas would come down over time, however, this is a relatively new product. Overall, so far, I would recommend this product. I like the package that Wine Enthusiast has over the 3 models available on the manufacturer's website. It combines the best of all three models, the PRO model(really the difference is the Wine Gas tank vs. capsule) and a variety of wine stoppers, 2 for still and 1 for sparkling wines. From others' experiences, I do believe that science shows that Argon is the best gas to preserve wine, this is from what I have read and not based on experience. Cheers.
December 29, 2015
10 months ago