What is a Wine dispenser?

A wine dispenser is a device made to preserve, cool, and pour wines straight from the bottle to the glass.

How and for how long is the wine preserved?

The wine is preserved by introducing inert gas inside the bottle. The gases used are food grade Nitrogen Gold Argon. Both gases are used in the food industry to preserve food and beverages (modified atmosphere packaging), they are odorless, tasteless, and colorless.

Injecting inert gas in the bottle, allowing the escape of air (containing oxygen), and preventing the oxidation of the wine.

In this way, the wine manages to keep it’s taste and aromas unchanged for about four weeks (results may vary on different wines.)

Why is Wineemotion the right choice?

Buying a wine dispenser is the right choice for a business because it is crucial that the establishment is providing a high quality product since choosing to use a wine dispenser (even more if used in self service mode), olefins the identity of a business and has prestige points of view.

Wineemotion is the right choice as it combines elegance, keeping the bottles the center of the attention, high end functionality, and guarantees for both the customer and the business owners. Thanks to the strict controls that Wineemotion puts it’s dispensers through in order to achieve the international hand certifications .

What’s the difference between argon and nitrogen?

Nitrogen and Argon are both inert gases which are tasteless and colorless. From a preservation point of view, they perform the same function. Nitrogen and Argon can both be used but the Argon gas is the preferred option. 

What can Wineemotion do for me?

The goal of the Wineemotion is to increase profits while minimizing the losses,  but let’s see how:

  • It reduces waste by using preset dosages.
  • Wineemotion allows you to keep track of the transactions and stats thanks to the Wineidea software.
  • Increase the profits by rising the wine variety served by the glass, also including high end wines without worrying of them spoiling.
  • Attract more passionate and wine savvy customers, always looking for the latest novelties in the world of wine.