DetailsPrivate Preserve prevents oxidation or spoilage of wine by using the inert gases used by wineries worldwide. Harmless nitrogen (N2), carbon dioxide (CO2), & argon (Ar) gas protects wine, port, sherry, cognac, and scotch for days, weeks and even months by creating a layer of protection between the wine and the air. One can will preserve about 120 bottles, or a whole bunch of carboys.
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4.6 / 5.020 ReviewsPerfect for when I brew wineI'll be honest: I don't use this to preserve my opened bottles of wine. I use the to prevent oxidation of my wine that I'm brewing. It's perfect!_x000D__x000D_You know how you're supposed to top the wine off in the carboy to prevent oxidation? A few squirts of this into the carboy (NOT the wort) and you're done! No more diluting your wine with water or table wine! No more worrying if my wine will oxidize when I rack!February 19, 2013Prevents OxidationThis works well. I use it to prevent oxidation of opened wine bottles, and also to top off carboys. The trick is to use short quick bursts.March 31, 2013good idea!Si far this stuff has not failed me. When ive racked into my 6.5gal carboys i use this and no spoiled batches yet. Im on my second bottle. Seems to last quite awhile.June 26, 2013Keeps my wine freshA few squirts and it's topped off and will last a lot longer that just recorking and leaving in the refrigerator. I've used the same bottle the entire year.December 15, 2013recommend yes great way to blanket with inert gas if you just can't get a full carboy or bottle of wine iv had a muscat that was 4 gallons in a 5 gallon carboy no oxidation and keeps oxigen away i highly recommend this product .November 24, 2016Purchased
1 year agoKeep that bottle freshWorks well in keeping wine fresh. Please note that the ottle is very light, almost feels like there is nothing left in it but there is a lot of uses in this can. I usually use it to keep a bottle fresh as well as purging when bottling, not sure if it is 100% necessary but working well so far.February 21, 2013I'd buy another one!!worked great after I got the hang of it , first attempt got a wine shower, my mistake . had the straw in to far!March 17, 2013Increases teh life of my opened bottlesSince using this, I can enjoy a half bottle, then have the remained a few days later without deteriorated taste due to oxidation. If you plan on drinking one glass a day , over a week, you should consider transferring the wine to a few small bottles and drinking them individually since the gasses will be poured out each time a big bottle is used, thus using up a can faster.April 6, 2013Keeps beer from oxydizingWhen I age beer I like to give a protective cover of these gasses to prevent Oxidation. Some of my beers I age for 6-12 months, so it's possible Oxygen can get into the better bottle from the air lock. By purging the dead space with these gasses I help stop that.April 8, 2013Keeps wine fresherI was shown this at a friends house. We had some wine, and he used Private Preserve on it. Two days we had the rest, and it was very good. So I bought a can. Whet you need to do is pour what you are going to drink and spray the bottle. Don't let the wine get Oxidized for an hour and then spray.August 17, 2013
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerWhen racking wine into a carboy, how can you tell if you have added the right amount of gas to the head space. Also, could you make, say, 2 gals. of wine in a 3 gal. carboy and just add some of this gas to the headspace to protect it from oxidation?BEST ANSWER: A quick spray, not much at all, can make all the difference. Honestly, any that you add at all will get the desired affect. The gas is heavier than oxygen, so as long as it is in there, it will form the protective layer, even if all the oxygen is not removed from it. Cheers!