How long does Vinfinity keep a wine fresh?
Vinfinity will keep a wine in pristine condition
for 7 to 21 days, depending on the wine, whether there's
temperature control and how many times the bottle
has been poured.
How many bottles can the system handle?
There's no limitation to the number of bottles,
as they are not permanently attached to the system.
Which wines keep longest?
Young, tannic reds such Cabernet Sauvignon,
Bordeaux or Brunello and high acidity whites such
as Sauvignon Blanc.
Does Vinfinity work on dessert wines and Sake?
Dessert wines are naturally resistant to oxidation
and will remain fresh for months with Vinfinity.
Sake oxidizes much faster than regular wine, but
will remain fresh for 3-7 days.
Does vacuuming ruin the aromas in wine?
Aromatics are ruined by oxygen, just like flavors,
but are more volatile and hence oxidize first. Vinfinity
preserves aromas much longer than otherwise would,
but aromatic wines are usually at the lower end
of our preservation range.
How is Vinfinity different from other vacuum
Vinfinity applies a high vacuum to an open bottle
almost instantaneously, which vaporizes a miniscule
amount of wine that takes up the volume and allows
the system to remove 95+ of the air. The quick response
also makes it practical to apply after every pour,
which is far more effective than doing it at the
end of the night only, as with all other systems.
We call the process FlashVacuum.
How difficult is it to vacuum after every pour?
Vacuuming with Vinfinity takes about the same time
and effort as it does to put ice in glass, and much
less time than mixing a typical drink. This is a
management issue, but once bartenders realize the
benefits of the system, the process becomes routine.