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Plastic Wine Saver Carafe

by Savino

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  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: BPA-free Tritan
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Patented Savino technology
  • Keeps wine fresh for up to a week
  • Holds 25 fl oz
  • Fits in most refrigerators
  • Locking lid
  • Perfect for enjoying wine outdoors or on the go (at the beach, pool, boat, backyards, concerts and more)
  • Dimensions: 4.5" x 4.5" x 11"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs

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4.5 avg. (131 reviews)


Made in the USA

Plastic Wine Saver Carafe

by Savino

starting at $29.95

A easy-to-use, durable, and beautiful wine preserving carafe made of sturdy Tritan Copolyester features a locking lid, making it perfect for enjoying fresh wine in the backyard, at the pool, on a boat, or wherever life takes you.
Made in the USA

Scott Tavenner

Let’s all raise our glass to Scott Tavenner, Founder of Savino, who finds ingenious ways to serve and preserve your favorite drinks.

His quest started with wanting to save the rest of an opened bottle of wine. After 15 years of research (that’s dedication), he developed the Savino Wine Carafe. This elegant glass cruet not only serves wine but keeps it exceptionally fresh, night after night, for up to a week after opening. A snuggly fitted floating seal protects the wine from oxidation, while a screw top prevents spillage.

Scott didn’t stop there, though. He went on to shake up cocktail making with Shaker 33, which he calls “The Best Cocktail Shaker Since Prohibition.” The locking lid keeps your drink inside—secure enough to shake with one hand. When you’re ready to serve, the lid easily unlocks and you can adjust for larger holes to pour faster or smaller holes for better straining.

To Scott and his dedication to lifting spirits we say, “Cheers!"