‘Sparkling’ system to keep champagne servings bubbly

New technology will now enable "by-the-glass" consumption of champagne and other sparkling wines. Coravin, a provider of wine preservation systems, said its Sparkling System offers an economic benefit for restaurants and bars. Its new system virtually eliminates the risk of waste by facilitating by-the-glass options for prestige champagne drinkers. The wine preservation system extends the life of a bottle after a single glass service through the injection of inert gas. Until recently, this solution was only available for still wines. But after extensive testing in collaboration with the global luxury wine and spirits brand Moët Hennessy Group, the new sparkling system was created. The system ensures the integrity of the finest champagne and sparkling wine bottles weeks after serving the first glass. Both partners will provide the global distribution of the new sparkling system, focusing on restaurants, wine bars, and other establishments with on-premises consumption of fine drinks.
Philippe Schaus, President & CEO of Moët Hennessy, said the new system would enable more champagne lovers to discover and enjoy exceptional bottles. He added that it would also allow their gastronomy partners and the finest bars and clubs to offer different champagne brands and expressions by the glass. (Image from Unsplash)

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