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Enjoy Wine on Your Time + Terms with the Plum Wine Dispenser

03.10.20 | By
Enjoy Wine on Your Time + Terms with the Plum Wine Dispenser
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Whether you look forward to a glass of vino after a long workday to unwind, or like to invite people to your home for get togethers, you’re going to want to know more about the Plum wine dispenser. This is the first fully-automatic wine appliance that preserves, chills, and serves wine by the glass, customizing your wine experience when and how you want it with a touch of the screen.

“Our goal at Plum is to revolutionize the way consumers enjoy wine – gone are the days of pouring oxidized wine down the drain or compromising on opening either a white or red bottle,” said David Koretz, Founder and CEO of Plum.

Plum holds two standard bottles of wine, automatically identifying varietal, vintage, region, winery, and wine with the use of artificial intelligence. Just drop in any unopened bottle with any type of cork or screw cap and the machine will pierce through the foil and closure, extracting wine from the bottle and injecting argon gas to prevent oxidation. Two thermoelectric solid-state cooling chambers automatically chill each bottle to its ideal temperature, or you can customize the setting to suit your individual taste. A pair of dual spouts pour each wine directly from the bottle into your glass – choose from a 5-ounce glass, a 1-ounce taste, or customize your serving sizes. A built-in automated cleaning system keeps all of the internal components ready for your next serving, with both bottles preserved for 90 days.

Plum features sleek brushed stainless steel with a high-gloss black front. It fits well on any standard kitchen counter, and has an available trim kit if you would rather integrate it into customized cabinetry.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.