Wine Saver By Vacu Vin

Wine saver by Vacu Vin really works and  preserves your wine after opening. It’s Simple,  after opening your bottle and if by any chance there is some wine left,  place the wine stopper provided on top of the wine bottle and pump the Vacu Vin  until you hear a CLICK. That’s it, your bottle is sealed and preserved. When you are ready for another drink just press your finger against the tip on the top of the stopper which will release  the pressure and remove the stopper. I have actually re sealed a bottle of wine 3 times and the flavor was just as good as the first opening. We have even left it this way for four weeks and it has held.

Pros:     Definitely extended the life of my wines.                                                                                            Great gift for wine connoisseurs.                                                                                                           Affordable.  

Cons:  Be careful when you press the vacuum pump down as it can pinch your fingers. 

Hints:  Run the rubber stopper under water before using it – a little moisture helps                         achieve a better seal, especially when the rubber stoppers are no longer new.

Disclaimer: I have not been asked to review, approached or reimbursed for reviewing this product. Wanted to share a product I really like which works great for us, even added one to our RV.


We purchased our Vacuvin from Amazon which included free shipping      Amazon

“The Wine Saver is a vacuum pump, which extracts the air from the opened bottle and re-seals it with a re-usable rubber stopper. Place the re-usable stopper in the bottle and extract the air from the bottle using the Wine Saver pump. A “click” sound tells you when you have reached the optimum vacuum level. The vacuum slows down the oxidation process which makes it possible to enjoy your wine again at a later date. The question “how often do I have to pump?” is a thing of the past. The unique and patented vacuum indicator will emit a “click” sound when the correct vacuum is reached.”