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Perlage

 

The Perlage is a preservation system designed to extend the life of of a bottle of sparkling wine, giving wine connoisseurs the opportunity to keep their bottle over a matter of days or weeks.  Practical for both home or commercial use, the Perlage was designed with restaurants in mind, allowing them to serve sparkling wine , with zero waste.

Features:

  • Easy to use in a busy environment
  • Expands the sparkling wine menu without limits
  • Builds additional sales
  • Creates an enhanced guest experience

HOW IT WORKS

Two things happen after a bottle of sparkling wine is opened. First, and most notably, it begins to go flat the moment the cork is removed. Second, like any wine, it begins to suffer the ravages of oxidation after the bottle is opened and served. Perlage solves both of these problems, simply and completely. The Perlage System works by returning the headspace of the opened bottle to exactly the same composition and gas pressure which existed before the bottle was opened. Properly used, sparkling wines preserved with the Perlage System will retain their original flavors and carbonation for weeks at a time.

Perlage has been field tested in Settle for years to ensure the design can be used effectively with any sparkling wine and live up to the quality expectations of the trade. In fact, the Perlage System was extensively tested by Dom Perignon and, as a result, Dom Perignon commissioned a custom version of the system to send to over 2, 000 of their best on-premise accounts world-wide.

See the video demonstration here.

 

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Practical & Efficient

Practical & Efficient

The Perlage System is easy to use and integrate into your routine.
Small, Compact Accessories

Small, Compact Accessories

The Perlage System utilizes small cartridges which are easy to store and change when necessary.
Evan Wallace Founder of Perlage Systems
When Perlage is used to reseal a bottle of sparkling wine, the wine doesn't "know" it was ever opened.
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