Coravin, Inc. has introduced the Coravin Screw Cap. The company stated it is designed for use with a Coravin Wine Preservation Opener in order to pour and protect bottles sealed under the new screw cap.
The Coravin Screw Cap is available in two sizes to ensure a proper fit on any bottle, stated the company. The cap combines self-sealing silicone with the cap liner in order to create a tight seal. The cap is said to help preserve an opened bottle of wine for up to three months.
“Our mission at Coravin is to enhance the wine experience by helping people enjoy any wine, in any quantity, at any time without compromise. People have been asking for a screw cap solution since we introduced the original Coravin in 2013. I’m thrilled that with this launch, wine lovers will have the ability to pour and preserve their favorite screw cap wines, using their existing Coravin Wine Preservation Opener,” said Greg Lambrecht, founder and inventor of Coravin.
The company explained that in order to use the cap, a consumer can unscrew a wine bottle’s cap and quickly replace it with a Coravin Screw Cap. Then, the wine can be accessed and poured as a consumer normally would with a Coravin Wine Preservation Opener. The remaining wine can then be stored.
Once the bottle is empty a consumer can remove the Screw Cap and reuse it. It is said to withstand up to 50 punctures when used with a Coravin Preservation Opener. The Coravin Screw Cap is available for purchase in packs of six for a suggested retail price of $29.95.