12 Days to Christmas (or #10 of 12 reasons for VineyardFresh to be your wine preserver)

Responsible drinking. You are probably asking to yourself, how is a wine preservation going to help you with that?  

Consider this, in the early 2000's a significant number of states began to adopt new or revised laws for taking bottles of wine out of restaurants. It made it legal, depending on the state (with some possible specifics for each state), for consumers to take an open bottle home to enjoy later. (Link to all state laws)

It was recognized that by not allowing consumers to do so, when they had an open bottle paid for in the restaurants, the last thing they wanted to do was leave any of it behind. Unfortunately this potentially caused people to make bad decisions and drink until finished, which may have carried them over the limit and impacted their driving.

The law changes, allows consumers to drink responsibly and stop drinking by getting the chance to take their wine home. VineyardFresh can help here in two significant ways.

1. If you know you can "preserve" the bottle, then consumers can drink up what they want and feel comfortable about and then preserve their bottle and save for whatever day in the future they want (does not have to be right away).

A restaurant who uses VineyardFresh can offer to preserve it as a customer service or consumers might find it handy to bring with them our small travel size to use themselves. 

2. The use of tamper proof wine bags: Not all states with a Merlot to Go law require tamper proof bags, however, having one used is often recommended to enhance the intention and limit restaurant liability. VineyardFresh and our distributors make available and sell tamper proof wine bags for restaurant use. Creates a complete program for customers.     

Two (2) sprays of VineyardFresh (phfft, phfft) made from 100% argon and you get to enjoy this same bottle AGAIN!  30 cents or less to save a bottle of wine ... you decide. Reminder FULL CAN FEELS EMPTY!  

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