Wine Dispensing & Preservation

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Who and what is Winefit?

Winefit is an Italian company based in Ternate in the Province of Varese in the region of Lombardy. With their patented* technology, they provide wine dispensing and preservation solutions. Their innovative systems ensure the highest quality and preservation of wines, offering a new way to enjoy and serve wine by the glass. Wine Storage Solutions takes great pride in offering the Evo, Duracombi, Durafrost, and Winefit One, the epitome of wine preservation technology, to customers across the UK.

Q 1: What is the unique technology behind the Winefit Evo?
A: The Winefit Evo features a patented special cap technology that helps preserve the quality of opened bottles for up to 3 weeks. This innovative technology ensures that your wines stay fresh and flavourful even after being opened. The Evo unit takes two cylinders of gas because when one cylinder runs out, it automatically switches to the other cylinder and at the same time sends a notification that the first cylinder has depleted.

Q 2: How many bottles can the Winefit Evo accommodate?
A: Winefit Evo can house up to 4 bottles at a time, offering you the flexibility to enjoy a variety of wines. Additionally, it provides 3 adjustable dispensing doses, allowing you to pour just the right amount. By utilising additional special caps (sold separately in sets of two), you can guarantee the preservation of an unlimited number of bottles.

Q 3: What is the special feature of the Winefit Duracombi?
A: The Winefit Duracombi is designed to preserve not only still wines but also Sparkling wines and Champagne bottles for up to 2 weeks. This adaptable wine preservation system guarantees that your preferred sparkling beverages retain their effervescence and flavour, ensuring a gratifying drinking experience.

Q 4: Where is the Winefit Duracombi manufactured?
A: The Winefit Duracombi is proudly 100% made in Italy, showcasing the fine craftsmanship and quality associated with Italian manufacturing.

Q 5: What does the "double gas cylinder system" do and how does it enhance wine preservation?
A: The Duracombi - has two functions. To preserve still wine and to preserve sparkling wine. The still wine preservation works by removing the air from the bottle and creating a vacuum, so the wine cannot oxidise. The sparkling wine is preserved by injecting a measured amount of CO2 gas into the bottle. The machine automatically calculates how much CO2 to inject into the bottle. The Durafrost works by dispensing CO2 gas onto the glass. It takes about 7 seconds of gas injection and the glass becomes ice cold. This is why it helps cut down the amount of ice needed to keep a drink cool. We also offer the utilisation of a nitrogen gas generating machine. For further information, please get in touch with us.

Q 6: What are the key benefits of the Winefit Durafrost?
A: The Winefit Durafrost offers the convenience of reducing the use of ice cubes while keeping your wines perfectly chilled. Its plug-and-play operation makes it easy to use, and it requires no maintenance. The Durafrost also has a unique sanitisation feature that eliminates up to 90% of bacteria in the glass.

Q 7: Is the Winefit Durafrost also made in Italy?
A: Yes, the Winefit Durafrost is another product from our range that is 100% made in Italy, reflecting our commitment to quality and craftsmanship.

Q 8: What makes the Winefit One special?
A: The Winefit One unit utilises a patented special cap technology that allows you to preserve an unlimited number of opened bottles for up to 3 weeks. It is easy to use with its plug-and-play functionality and it requires no maintenance. Additionally, it offers 3 adjustable dispensing doses, giving you control over the amount of wine you pour.


*A wine dispenser that prevents wine from oxidising and dispenses wine into a glass is the object of the patent EP 2 426 082 A1 [87] described as: An up-standing cylinder and a loading lid are produced from glass. Since the cylinder comprises glass, the wine can be stored under almost the same conditions as in bottles. On the upper face of the bottom plate of the cylinder, a substance-pooling concave is formed, to pool wine lees and tartar. Wine is poured into the cylinder and the load lid is inserted into the cylinder with the bottom face of the load lid coming into contact with a surface of the wine. When opened in this state, the wine in the cylinder is poured into a glass through the wine flow-out tube by weight of the wine and static load of the load lid. Accordingly, the load lid gradually falls in accordance with the dispensing amount of the wine. Due to this constitution, there is little risk that the external air enters through a gap between the sliding faces of these members into the wine-pooling section in the cylinder and causes the oxidation of the wine. The beverage dispenser has been developed to both ensure the liquid is stored such that it does not react and degrade and to allow the liquid to be dispensed.

Wine Dispensers and Preservation

Wine dispensers and preservation by the glass extend the freshness of opened, unfinished bottles for up to 3 weeks. With the new Winefit range, we’ve got the solution for you that avoids spoilage and reduces waste.

Integral to the Winefit range is the patented Smart Flex™ technology. The special cap can be fitted in seconds, maintenance is fast and easy and opened bottles are preserved for longer.

Wine dispensers and preservation systems are indispensable for the hospitality industry. Not only do they play a critical role in serving precise measures, maintaining the freshness and flavour of wines, they also drive profitability, all while minimising wastage. By being practical, establishments can ensure accurate pouring while preserving the integrity of wines, and enhancing their bottom line, making them essential equipment for success in the world of service and hospitality.

Wine bars, boutiques and merchants can offer an extensive selection of wines that cater to diverse tastes and preferences. By implementing strategies to avoid wastage, you can confidently minimise spoilage and wastage, and increase margins.