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INERT GAS WINE PRESERVATION SYSTEMS

Inert gas systems work by injecting a gas, (usually Nitrogen or Argon) into the wine bottle
which pushes the wine out and takes up the volume displaced.


Each bottle requires a tap and gas connection which becomes expensive and unreasonably bulky as the wine selection increases.

These wine preservation systems are also expensive to operate as the cost of gas cylinder fills,
rental and delivery are not insignificant .

The taps also require maintenance and cleaning.

There are also major operational shortcomings.
Bottles must remain fixed, dispensing is slow and every glass poured must come from the same location, which is impractical for a busy operation with multiple bartenders and servers.
Replacing empty bottles is clumsy and slow, and sanitation is a constant issue. Patrons sitting in the dining room may not be able to see the wines being poured, and may not know what he or she is actually drinking.

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