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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.


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]


  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.