Physics. Because Argon is heavier than air, when you spray Silvadore into open bottles of wine, it sinks to the bottom of the space above the wine and creates an invisible layer on top of the wine. The Argon layer prevents the wine from interacting with the oxygen in the bottle. How? Chemistry!
Chemistry. Remember science class? The chemistry is the Argon. Argon is an inert noble gas - colorless, odorless, tasteless, and in the air we breath. Because it's inert, Argon does NOT interact with the wine, and it prevents the wine from oxidizing and changing flavor.
The Bottom Line - Argon prevents oxidation and preserves your wine's taste
Preserving open bottles of wine will enable you to Make the Wine Experience Better for your customers. Better flavor, more variety, more options, less waste, more fun. If you don't already preserve your wine, conduct a trial of Silvadoreand see how effective it can be.
You can enjoy increasing your wine revenue through a low cost, easy to implement solution.
If you want to preserve the fresh taste of your open bottle of wine for another day, don't suck. Create a 100% argon barrier to stop the oxidation, and place your bottle in a cool and dark place. Just don't trust the "click"...
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