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Wine Enthusiast Automatic Wine Opener

Wine Enthusiast Electric Blue Pro All-In-One Automatic Wine Opener, Preserver & Electric Aerator


  • COLOR: Blue
  • BRAND: Wine Enthusiast
  • ITEM DIMENSIONS LXWXH: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 3.34 pounds


Wine Enthusiast has a collection that not only satisfies your demands but also broadens your possibilities, whether you like to physically remove the cork from the bottle or watch an opener do it mechanically. A robust, stylish wine bottle travel case is the only way to truly appreciate wine country. With wine carriers specifically designed for travel, keep wine safe and tucked away like a pro. Without hesitation, take that prized Bordeaux wine bottle out of the basement and unscrew the cork. You can taste, sip, and store open bottles of wine with exquisite impunity if you have the correct wine preservation method. Wine Enthusiast provides wine aerators and decanters that allow wine to breathe in a controlled and intentional way with a carefully picked assortment.


Take foil cutter, move the foil, put the corkscrew on the top of the bottle. Push the down button, you will notice blue light shining. Pull the cork out.


Very easy to accomplish using pliers or a needle nose. Take hold of the jammed cork with your pliers and click the eject button to release it. Good fortune!


Use a moist cloth or sponge to clean the Electric Wine Opener, and then dry it off. Electric wine openers should never be submerged in water. Dishwasher NOT to be used with Electric Wine Opener.


When used with a vacuum pump to remove air from a bottle, Push Button Stoppers form a seal. This keeps the wine from oxidizing, preserving it so you can enjoy it another day!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much time does it take an electric wine opener to charge?

Your electric wine opener will need to be recharged for about 6 to 8 hours. When the unit is charged, the charging LED light will come on.

How can a jammed cork be removed from an automatic wine opener?

Take hold of the jammed cork with your pliers and click the eject button to release it.

What direction should a corkscrew be turned?

To get the worm inside the cork, turn the handle in a clockwise direction. Slide the edges of the bottle over the neck for a stronger hold as the worm screws into the cork. Till the cork is completely extracted, keep rotating the handle in a clockwise direction. Simply crank the handle in the opposite direction to remove the cork from the corkscrew.

Why isn’t working my electric can opener?

Make sure the power is on to the outlet and that the electrical cord is not damaged if the can opener won’t operate at all. The motor’s internal overload protector may trip if it stops after prolonged use or if it won’t restart after starting.

What does a preserver do for wine?

As their names suggest, wine savers or wine preservers assist keep wine fresh and stop it from rotting. They are intended to considerably reduce or stop oxidation. To maintain a wine bottle taste as good as the day you opened it, many products are available.

Can a cork be pushed into a wine bottle?

Everybody has been there. Making due with what you have (or don’t have) is sometimes necessary, and pressing the cork into the bottle is always an option. A floating cork won’t harm or taint your wine; it’s fine.

How long will wine remain fresh if it is preserved?

An unfinished bottle of wine can be kept for two to three days with the use of a wine preserver like the vacuum pump or wine stopper. No matter the wine preservation method, the wine can only retain its vibrant and fresh flavor and aroma for a limited amount of time.

How long will vacuum-sealed wine remain good?

It is recommended to remove as much air from the bottle as possible to slow oxidation. Utilizing the Vacu Vin Wine Saver makes this task very simple. Your wine will survive for roughly 7 to 14 days thanks to the vacuum seal created by the Wine Saver!

How long should wine be left open?

Depending on how light or heavy it is, a wine’s shelf life after opening is generally between three and five days. 1. Rosé and light white wines: When corked, rosé and light white wines like sweet Riesling, Pinot Grigio, and Sauvignon Blanc keep well in the refrigerator for 5-7 days.

What is a preserver and what does it do?

Allows you to re-cork the bottle of wine by Vacuuming the air out of the bottle and corking it at the same time. This gives you a longer self-life especially for expensive wines.

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