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The Science Behind Repour

Repour is designed around a standard 750 ml bottle of wine under the assumption of 5 pours and around its ability to absorb the oxygen from 1500 ml of air: 1 glass gone = 150 ml 2 glass gone = 300 ml 3 glass gone = 450 ml 4 glass...

Why Refrigeration Keeps Opened Wine Fresh a Bit Longer

Repour Founder and Scientist Tom Lutz describes the oxygen science behind how opened wine goes bad and why refrigeration keeps it fresh a couple of days longer than at room temperature.

Oxygen in Wine: Friend or Foe? Part 1

Is oxygen in wine its best friend or worst enemy? The familiar pop of a cork and glasses clinking announce it’s time to see what a winemaker’s art + time has produced. Does this wine need to “open up”? Do we need to “lay it back down”?  Is it at the perfect drinking age? These are all questions that venture into the complex chemistry of wine and its development over time.  Sitting squarely at center stage in this complex evolution is a seemingly simple molecule – oxygen or O2.

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