Savino

Wine Saver Carafe Sample

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Does not work

12/19/2019 by patricia

The inside lid/plunger does not stay in place and it does not do any kind of suction, therefore it does not take out the air

1

I prefer glass

2/13/2019 by Savvy

Nothing special

1

Disappointed

11/22/2017 by Giesele

I recently tried out this wine saver and was very disappointed. It did not keep the wine fresh any better than the corks or other methods I have tried.

1

Still waiting

9/5/2017 by Paul Stith

Carafe arrived broken/crushed. Still waiting for a replacement. Took various pictures for your company to forward to the third party vendor. It's been several weeks. Have lost track of the status of this item.

1

Not that great.

9/29/2016 by CKK

Difficult to remove the silicone and clean. Was not as attractive as I thought it would be.

1

This carafe takes two hands to pour. The wine drips down carafe. Cannot recommend.

3/4/2015 by Paula

This carafe takes two hands to pour.
The wine drips down carafe.
It did keep the wine drinkable for several days as you suggested it would.
I cannot recommend.

1

Purchased as a gift

2/6/2015 by Ruth

No rating.

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The Savino Story

Savino - Wine Saver Carafe

Preserve & Serve

Let’s all raise our glass to Scott Tavenner, Founder of Savino, who finds ingenious ways to serve and preserve your favorite drinks.

His quest started with wanting to save the rest of an opened bottle of wine. After 15 years of research (that’s dedication), he developed the Savino Wine Carafe. This elegant glass cruet not only serves wine but keeps it exceptionally fresh, night after night, for up to a week after opening. A snuggly fitted floating seal protects the wine from oxidation, while a screw top prevents spillage.

Scott didn’t stop there, though. He went on to shake up cocktail making
with Shaker 33, which he calls “The Best Cocktail Shaker Since Prohibition.” The locking lid keeps your drink inside—secure enough to shake with one hand. When you’re ready to serve, the lid easily unlocks and you can adjust for larger holes to pour faster or smaller holes for better straining.

To Scott and his dedication to lifting spirits we say, “Cheers!"
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