Coravin, the leading global wine technology company, made a significant impact on the wine industry a decade ago by introducing its groundbreaking preservation system, enabling the wine to be poured without uncorking the bottle. Continuing to push boundaries, the Greater Boston-based company is once again revolutionizing the field with the introduction of its latest game-changing device, Coravin Vinitas. This innovative tool is specifically designed to assist businesses in offering preserved wine tastings to a broader audience, catering to the growing demand among younger consumers for the “try before you buy” experience, while simultaneously fostering a deeper interest in wine education.
Coravin Vinitas is an extraordinary innovation tailored to meet the needs of wineries, distributors, retailers, and wine schools. This revolutionary compact device facilitates the seamless transfer of wine into smaller consumables, ensuring preservation for up to 12 months – a durability that has been thoroughly validated both by Coravin’s in-house testing and through collaboration with third-party labs.
With Coravin Vinitas, businesses are granted a more convenient and sustainable approach to satisfy the increasing consumer demand for sampling before making a purchase. The device enables the production of Sample Bottles on-site, eliminating the necessity for rushed consumption. This, in turn, preserves the wine’s quality, upholds stringent quality control standards, and significantly reduces sample and shipping expenses.
The company dedicated extensive time and resources, spanning over eighteen months, to meticulously develop and refine the new system. Throughout this process, the company collaborated closely with esteemed industry partners, including renowned wineries, esteemed retailers, and prestigious wine schools worldwide. Notable participants in this collaborative effort encompassed esteemed establishments such as Napa Valley Wine Academy, Langton’s, Ceretto, Château Montelena, ONX, Alkina, Stéphane Derenoncourt of Domaine de l’A, Château Haut Bailly, Tooth & Nail Wine Co., Benom, Clos Solene, Claudio Martins Wine Advisor, Justin Leone, and many more.