QikVin Revolutionary Design
No frills. Just the romance of the bottle.
- Valve allows the air to escape and creates a vacuum.
- Piston pushes the wine through the bottle when poured.
- No air will touch your wine again as you pour each glass.
From the Industry
Nothing preserves wine better than a QikVin after you open a bottle of wine. I think your are looking at the product of the year!
The QIKVIN Press is to Wine what Microscopes are to Science!
The QikVin Wine Preservation Bottle is nothing short of revolutionary for our ability to sell the most expensive wines on our menu and be assured to the best experience, every time we serve a glass of wine, any day of the week.
No more dating bottles, no loss of wine inventory, keeps your brand front and center, useful for tasting our library of wines, and allows you to taste your wines at their peak!
Use your samples until finished, show your wines perfectly at every venue, improves sales and pricing model for high end wines, brandable.
No spoiled wines, use every drop, improved sales models, sale of quality second glass is guaranteed.
The QikVin is ideal for wine enthusiasts who do not drink all their wines at once. Perhaps you live alone or other family members do not drink wine or you drink more than one type of wine at a time then this wine press is for you. The wine bottle may be laid on its side and refrigerated until it enjoyed as your vintner vinted it!
Whatever you venue or event, especially if you need all wines to be preserved for days at a time or over select holidays, the QikVin Wine Press is perfect.
The Qikvin Wine Preservation System would allow for non-aerated wines to be tested by lot and anonymously for competitions. This would ensure the wine is tasted at its best.
A leader in Wisconsin’s wine industry, Dr. Harald Tomesch is owner of the award-winning Chiselled Grape Winery of Wisconsin. He is an inventor, professor of Concordia University of Wisconsin, and a former college president in Canada. He is supportive of Concordia University matching innovation and talent in business.
Ralph is a pragmatic problem solver, inventor and entrepreneur. He lives near Toronto, Ontario and works as a Fire Inspector. He plays what he thinks is the sexist instrument, the trombone. Both Harald and Ralph have parents who endured the hardships of being POW’s in Siberia. They know how to be frugal, how to make do with less and how to build something from virtually nothing.
Markus Schneider is an engineer trained in Germany KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology). His dedication to detail and innovation has brought our QikVin to life! Markus has studied in Calgary, Alberta during his education and is a well grounded engineer!