In 2012, the notable Visionaire Riccardo Gosi launched Wineemotion with the most advanced wine preserver technology in history.
Wineemotion created the patented ISOL-Plus valve to isolate each bottle in the same system and prevent cross-aromatic contamination of wines, preserving all organoleptic characteristics, such as color, flavor, taste, aroma, and consistency.
One unique characteristic of Wineemotion products is that they utilize both nitrogen and argon gas. The system can accept if one happens to be more scarce. In Europe, wine preservers use nitrogen gas more often than in America; they prefer argon mainly.
But most interestingly, Wineemotion also created the software WineIdea, a platform that sets up the required client-server architecture to connect multiple dispensers to the network with a handful of readily available POS integrations. Never before has so much technology been used to preserve and dispense the wine.
On average, Wineemotion can preserve wines for as long as four weeks, depending on the specific varietal. Recently, Wineemotion USA was the official wine tasting supplier for Expo 2015, an international exhibition of hundreds of different wine dispensary companies.
As wine preservation technology keeps evolving, Wineemotion stands at the forefront of innovation with new ways to dispense the wine.