ePreserve technology

The first wine & Champagne microchip based solution

Le Verre de Vin + series

What is ePreserve technology

This year Bermar’s Engineers reached a new milestone in the business’s history… for the first time distilling our secret-sauce into a chip; not a chip to dip but a custom ePreserve chip. The ePreserve chip has set a new benchmark for preservation performance. Greater accuracy, faster reseals and more efficient than ever before.

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Still wine preservation

By removing the oxygen to a precisely controlled level ePreserve technology effectively preserves wine without any risk to its subtle structure. A precisely controlled vacuum is created within the bottle… precision being essential to ensure that the maximum period of preservation is achieved without any damage to the subtle structure of the wine. If insufficient air is removed from the bottle then the wine will continue to oxidise, by removing just too much air the negative pressure will draw the delicate esters and phenols from the wine, detrimentally affecting the bouquet and ‘deadening’ the taste.

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sparkling wine preservation

Sparkling wine preservation

ePreserve technology introduces a precisely calibrated infusion of CO2 into a sparkling wine bottle, thereby creating a pressure equilibrium and preventing any escape of CO2 from the wine itself. A valved stopper is placed in the bottle and clipped in place (replicating the ‘wire around the original cork); the stopper retains the CO2 under pressure within the bottle and ‘locks in’ the natural fizz.





ePreserve technology overview

Bermar wine & Champagne preservation systems have been designed with input from globally renowned winemakers and Champagne Maisons. Incorporating our proven, award-winning ePreserve still and sparkling wine preservation technology, our systems will turbo-charge your wine by the glass service. With incredible features and dual preservation functionality, a Bermar preservation system is your only one-stop-system of choice.

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Two types of preservation

The modern wine list is not just still wine only… sparkling wine sales are growing rapidly globally. Bermar’s systems are the world’s only ‘dual’ preservation device meaning you can reseal an unlimited selection of still and sparkling wines with one system.

21 days preservation

21 days preservation

You would not cut open an apple or pour a glass of milk, then leave it on the side to enjoy a few days later. So why would you do it with wine? With a Bermar preservation system you can pour a fresh glass of still / fortified wine or Champagne for up to 21 days from first opening the bottle.

Any bottle anywhere

Any bottle, anywhere

Bermar's wine & Champagne preservation system unlock a world full of opportunities, whether it be a glass of Champagne served from a magnum, or a flight of wines... the choice is yours. Still, sparkling, vintage, screw cap, Bermar's preservation systems cover them all.

Colour Options

Light up your bar with colour

Choose from 7 illuminated nozzle colours - whether you’re a blue bar or a purple pop-up we’ve got you covered and your new Bermar preservation system is guaranteed to look incredible behind your bar!

0 to sealed

From '0 to sealed' in supercar speed

Don’t let your team waste time with cumbersome or slow preservation devices. Save huge amounts of time and money with our supercar fast preservation system. ePreserve technology can preserve any bottle of wine or Champagne in 1-5 seconds.

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Incredible efficiency

Bermar’s innovative energy saving technology means you no longer need to sacrifice performance for efficiency, you can have both. The new ePreserve chip means Bermar’s preservation systems use 70% less power when on standby. In addition, new systems exhibit greater efficiency during the resealing of still wines and as a result, power consumption during operation has been reduced by 8.5%.



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