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The Original Vacu Vin Wine Saver with 2 Vacuum Stoppers – White
Remove air from your wine bottle to keep wine tasting new for up to a week!Contains 1 White Wine Saver Vacuum Pump and 2 Grey Vacuum Bottle Stoppers.Suitable for all Red and White Wines.Just insert the universal wine stopper into the bottle and pump until you hear the patented "Click". The "Click" signals an air tight seal!Made in the Netherlands
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7 Reddit comments about The Original Vacu Vin Wine Saver with 2 Vacuum Stoppers – White:

u/zorastersab · 10 pointsr/wine

First, it's not going to go "bad" in the sense of "unsafe." It'll just taste unappealing.

Second, the answer to this depends on a ton of variables, but the largest one is YOUR palate. In other words, how much you notice/care about changes in taste. Your wine will usually not be the SAME tasting after a day of storage, but that doesn't mean it's bad.

Without getting too bogged down into details and variations, a wine that is stored in the refrigerator after opening (yes, even red wine) with a cork or stopper can probably get most people 2-4 days. Try and see. Some people are happily drinking a wine 7 days later. For me personally, I'll usually drink a wine one day after but no longer.

If you want to extend the storage life of wine, you can try a cheap vacuum sealer. When I used to use one, I think it probably gave an extra day of drinking. Nothing drastic, but noticeable.

If you want to go a little more advanced, there are systems that will fairly cheaply add a layer of gas on top of the wine to preserve it. At the very high end, there's the Coravin and similar systems, but these are expensive ($200 plus expensive argon canisters), though they can keep a wine stored for months with little to no change.

u/bjw88 · 6 pointsr/wine

Vacuum pumps will usually give you a couple extra days. Alternatively you could look for smaller bottles, but the selection will be worse. Some box wines aren't too bad, and they don't let air in. You could also get cheaper wine that you won't mind wasting. Or you could just split the bottle with friend(s). Save smaller bottles or drink beer when you're alone. Also if a red is starting to go bad you can always just make sangria.

u/chewitt · 4 pointsr/beer

But this wouldn't solve the problem of newly-introduced air interacting with your beer... I'd like to see a solution like this commonly used by bars to remove air from wine bottles.

u/NoDecency · 2 pointsr/whisky

Air causes the flavor change. So you can buy vacu vins made for wine, but use them for your whisky. Here they are

u/MrPinball · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I bet this would work on a two liter:

or rig it up to one of these for a can:

u/ryanjevans · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

The hand pumps for wine bottles are actually pretty good for degassing, something like

Interesting that you got such a strong sulfur smell while still using nutrient, I wonder what made the yeast unhappy.

u/monstersaur · 1 pointr/cutdowndrinking

they also sell these corkpump things that allow you to pump the air out of the bottle while re-sealing it.