- Why An Opened Bottle Of Wine Needs To Be Preserved
- Different Forms Of Preservation
- Different Brands Of Wine Preservers
- What Are The Differences Between Vacuum, Nitrogen And Argon?
- Why Can't I Just Put An Open Bottle Back In My Fridge?
- Why Does The Wine Leak Out Of Stopper If I Turn It Upside Down?
- How Long Will an Open Bottle Last Once It's Been Preserved?
- Why Does My Pump Make A Clicking Sound?
- What Is The Best Way To Serve And Preserve Multiple Bottles?
How Long Will an Open Bottle Last Once It's Been Preserved?
It really depends on the system you are using. Most vacuum air pump systems will keep wine fresh for up to 7-10 days. Systems that utilize air removal along with temperature control will typically keep wines fresher closer to the 10 days and possibly longer if the wine can handle a bit oxidation. Simple argon and nitrogen gas systems, like Private Preserve, will keep wines fresh for about the same amount of time. However, when using systems that work off a temperature controlled system in conjunction with an inert gas, wines can keep their integrity for up to a month or so. The major point being that using something that both preserves the wine as well as keeps it at the proper service temperature will lengthen the amount of time the wine will last.