The compact counter-top unit can be placed anywhere in the bar or restaurant and still offers the 21st Century’s answer to serving wine by the glass. Le Verre de Vin preserves any opened bottle of wine or Champagne for 21 days in perfect serving conditions and does not need any installation – a customer can just plug it in and go. It’s does not take up much room and can be taken to outside catering jobs such as race-meetings, weddings and pop-up restaurants.
Most importantly, with the growing market for good wine by the glass, any hotel or bar using the Bermar Tower will increase the value of wine sales by an average of 25% with no wastage increasing sales volume by 12%.
The system works by removing oxygen from the open bottle of wine to a precisely controlled level and so preserves wine, preventing the release of the naturally occurring CO2 in Champagnes and sparkling wines, ensuring that the fizz stays locked-in and any issue of oxidisation is eliminated.
Its proven technology has interactive resealing preservation with illuminated nozzles that turn amber to start the resealing and green when completed. The systems are fully guaranteed and any bar person can be fully confident of serving wines exactly as they should be.
Available in two colours – satin black and classic stainless steel – it’s available in three models; one has a dual system for both still and sparkling wines and two individual Towers work for still wine only or for Champagne and Sparkling wines only. The system is used by 45,000 hotels and bars around the world.
Visit Febvre at the Chef Network Hub at Catex which runs until 23rd February for a full demonstration. David Boxall from Bermar will be on hand to demonstrate the unit and answer any questions you may have.
For more details on the full Le Verre de Vin range visit www.febvrewines.ie.