Chicago, IL, March 19, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Today, Chicago startup ArT Wine Preserver® launched a Kickstarter campaign, giving backers the opportunity to purchase products at 30-70% off of list prices.
The ArT Wine Preserver makes it easy to keep opened bottles of wine fresh for up to 30 days. The new, second generation version of this flagship product offers a host of improvements to its original design.
The Kickstarter campaign has a goal of raising $3,000 to:
- Reduce carbon emissions by 10% through more sustainable packaging
- Improve robustness of the design
- Provide backers with up to 70% in discounts
- Re-brand with a “Drink – Preserve – Enjoy” label
One can of ArT Wine Preserver protects up to 40 bottles of wine. It preserves both red and white wines. To keep wine fresh, spray the ArT Wine Preserver into an opened wine bottle for two seconds, then seal the opening with the included wine stopper. ArT’s active ingredient is argon, a safe, nontoxic inert gas. Argon is the preferred method by high-end bottlers to prevent wine oxidation, which leads to spoilage.
The ArT Wine Preserver was first developed by engineer Ryan Frederickson in 2016 to reduce wine spoilage and waste. A trip to Sonoma, California, sparked Frederickson’s passion to develop this groundbreaking product. By blending his background in preservation technology with his mission to reduce waste, he successfully developed the ArT Wine Preserver.
ArT Wine Preserver retails at $14.99 and is one of the top-rated wine savers on Amazon.com. With an average star rating of 4.5, it has experienced higher ratings than preservers costing upwards of $300. It provides a convenient solution for home drinkers, brewers, wine professionals, vineyards, restaurants, tasting bars, and more.
For more information on the second generation on Kickstarter, please visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/artwinepreserver/art-wine-preserver-the-easiest-way-to-keep-wine-fr
ArT Wine Preserver was developed in 2016 by Purdue University graduate Ryan Frederickson with the mission to reduce waste.