Find answers to the most frequently asked questions
The life-span of an open bottle of wine increases from hours to 21 days when bottles are preserved each time after serving wine. A wines life-span diminishes quickly (especially with Champagne/sparkling wines and bottle-aged still wines) if bottles are left open and unpreserved.
There is no limit to the number of open wine bottles that you can preserve with one system. Each Bermar system is supplied with 20 still wine stoppers and 6 Champagne stoppers, more stoppers can be purchased at our store.
Research over the last 30 years has proved to successfully preserve and protect the aroma, taste and appearance of a diverse range of types, styles and ages of wine; the preservation method must achieve optimum preservation every time. The tolerance for achieving optimum preservation is as tight as +/- 1 degree.
Effective still wine preservation minimises oxygen contact with wine to slow down oxidation. Effective sparkling wine and champagne preservation focuses on minimising the loss of delicate CO2 bubbles, research has shown that champagne's bubbles contain aroma and their loss diminishes flavour dramatically.
Effective wine preservation is an exact science; many home style gadgets have been produced over the years, promising a lot and doing little to deliver. Effective wine preservation systems need to be engineered to tight tolerances to deliver effective wine preservation.
ePreserve technology is the only commercial-grade still wine and Champagne preservation solution ever developed, capable of effectively preserving an unlimited number of open still, sparkling and fortified wine bottles.
Wine preservation is central to the long-term success of your wine by the glass profitability and reputation. This decision must be made from a position of knowledge to ensure the chosen preservation equipment ‘ticks all the required boxes’.
Bottles should be preserved after serving each glass of wine; it takes 1 to 5 seconds. If this is impractical, preserve sparkling wines, champagnes and premium wines immediately, and at the end of service check, all wines (even faster movers) are preserved.
Wine consumers have been spolied for choice and expect an interesting selection of wines avaible by the glass at various price points, served fresh from the bottle and in the same condition as the moment the cork was first pulled from the bottle. Effective wine preservation equipment will allow you to offer a flexible range of still wine, sparkling wine and champagne by the glass with no risk of serving a ‘bad’ glass of wine and without incurring wastage.
By meeting your customers’ needs, avereage price per glass and total sales will increase significantly, while improving customer satisfaction and potentioal for repeat business.
Over 50,000 customers in 90+ countries around the world have a Bermar system operating at the heart of their wine by the glass offer. From idyllic island retreats in the Maldives to busy, bustlin’ backstreet bars in New York city you never know where you’ll see your next Bermar preservation system.