PERFECT PROTECTION FROM OXYGEN IS THE BEST WAY TO PRESERVE WINE.
zzysh® Wine is the No.1 wine preserver around the world. It replaces the harmful oxygen in a bottle with 100% food-grade argon gas to keep it fresh for weeks. We say cheers! Again and again.
ZZYSH® IN. AIR OUT.
The Air in an opened bottle is replaced with 100% food-grade argon gas. Argon is the third most abundant gas in the earth’s atmosphere and creates no reaction with wine. Each zzysh® Wine cartridge preserves up to 8 wine bottles.
Enveloped by this argon gas atmosphere, and shielded by the innovative zzysh® Wine Stopper, the wine is perfectly protected from oxidation. The stopper fits on all kinds of wine bottles. Note: There’s no vacuum created in the bottle.
3 SIMPLE STEPS TO FRESH WINE
Just a few seconds to preserve that perfect taste.
STEP 1SEAL THE OPENED BOTTLE.Learn more
Seal the opened bottles with the innovative zzysh® Wine Stopper after pouring your desired amount of wine. No worries, it fits on all types of wine bottles.
STEP 2PRESERVE IT WITH ZZYSH®.Learn more
Let it zzysh®! Connect the handpiece with the stopper and press it down for 3-5 seconds. After zzysh'ing, just remove the handpiece from the stopper and store your preserved bottle.
STEP 3ENJOY. AGAIN AND AGAIN.Learn more
Savor your wine by the glass and enjoy the rest of the bottle whenever you want. Again and again.
SWISS INNOVATION. RECOMMENDED BY WINE EXPERTS.
zzysh® relies on the tried-and-true methods of industrial wine and food preserving technologies, which have been used worldwide by winemakers and the food industry for years.
Daniel Ocana Lorenzo
Mandarin Hotel, New York City
«Savoring wine by the glass is so easy now!»
HOW LONG DOES YOUR WINE LAST?
ZZYSH® - A GAME CHANGER FOR PRESERVING WINE.Compared to vacuum pumps, wine pouring systems or classic stoppers that only reduce oxygen, the zzysh® argon wine preserver eliminates it. zzysh® is designed to apply to all kinds of wine. It meets wine experts’ expectations all over the world, and can easily be used in private households.