Ever wondered what makes a wine taste terrible just a day or two after it is opened?
To prolong the shelf life of an opened bottle of wine and delay spoilage, consider these preservation methods – Re-corking or Re-sealing, Refrigeration or Use of Inert Gas.
It’s important to note that while these methods can extend the life of an opened bottle, they won’t prevent eventual spoilage indefinitely. The freshness and quality of the wine will still decline over time, so it’s best to enjoy it as soon as possible after opening.
A Greenskin pouch removes three of the four factors above – Oxidation, Microbial Activity, and Time.
If you drink only a part of your 750ml pouch, you can easily squeeze out the air and re-seal it.
No air in contact with the wine means; No oxidation, no microbial activity and plenty of time to return to the wine, which will remain fresh and very approachable for up to three weeks.
The best way to do this is to gently squeeze the pouch. When you see the wine at the top of the spout, quickly replace the cap.
Watch Mike’s demo here:
If any variety of wine in any container is stored in a hot place or with regularly changing temperatures, there is a risk of deterioration of quality.
Even though Greenskin Wine pouches are sturdy and great for outdoor adventures, you will be rewarded by keeping your wine at a cool and consistent temperature.
Greenskin Wine makes it so much easier to drink in moderation and reduce wine wastage and money down the drain (literally)!
No one enjoys pouring your favourite drops down the sink, which often happens after just a couple of days with an open bottle of wine.
By squeezing out the air and resealing your Greenskin Wine pouch, you can enjoy fresh, tasty wine for up to three weeks and beyond.
Here’s cheers to that!
Mike and Kim
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