Coravin

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Coravin Model Two Wine Preservation Opener

Coravin, Inc. is a company based in Burlington, Massachusetts, that manufactures products for the wine industry. Its first product, the Coravin Wine Preservation Opener, pours wine without removing the cork from the bottle.

History[edit]

The opener was invented by Greg Lambrecht,[1] who founded Coravin in 2011 with Josh Makower. Nick Lazaris, the former CEO of Keurig, joined as CEO in 2013 and was succeeded in February 2015 by Frederic Levy.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Austin, Michael (December 2014). "This Device Lets Wine Lovers Try a Sample Without Popping the Cork". Entrepreneur. Retrieved January 25, 2018.
  2. ^ Zimmerman, Ed (December 12, 2013). "I've Seen the Needle, No Damage Done; How Greg Lambrecht Is Changing the Wine World". The Wall Street Journal (blog). Retrieved August 10, 2014.