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You know, I wasn’t always a big fan of wine like I am now.

I know, I know, it’s hard to believe! I can hardly believe it.

But, the thing is, it took me some time to find my kind of wine because there are so many types to choose from.

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

I had to figure out the qualities I appreciated in a wine, like which reds I absolutely adored and whites that weren’t overly sweet. And now that I am, ahem, experienced with a multitude of wine flavors and types, I’m typically a pretty good judge of what I like and don’t like. But, like with any system, I’m not always perfect at it. So, Coravin has been helping me out a lot lately.

The Coravin Model Two Wine System is the first and only system in the world that gives wine lovers the freedom to pour any wine, in any amount, without removing the cork. Whether you want a sip, a glass, or more, your last glass will taste just as amazing as your very first.

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

This product uses capsule load cell technology for a tight seal, so there are no worries about the bottle going sour after having a taste!

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

Coravin is easier to use than a corkscrew, too.

Simply insert the Coravin needle through the cork, tip the bottle and press the trigger to pressurize with argon and inert gas used by winemakers. When you remove the needle, the cork will reseal to preserve the wine remaining in the bottle for weeks, months, or even years.

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

Red, white, rosé or maybe a little of each? Whatever you’re craving, you can enjoy all your favorite wines on your terms.

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

The Coravin Model Two Wine System would make a great holiday gift this year, don’t ya think? Pick up a system from BestBuy.com!

How to Taste Wine Without Opening the Bottle

What is your favorite kind of wine? Let me know in the comments below!