After opening a bottle you can pour the leftover wine in this compressing container to keep it fresh for longer

Sick of pouring stale wine down the sink after a party? Luckily for you, a new wine decanter called Eto preserves leftover wine in an airtight container to keep it fresh and holds the flavor for at least 12 days.

How? Simply pour the leftover wine into Eto through the top funnel and the neck of the bottle will compress the wine as you turn it to lock it in place. The sealed-off container ensures no air can get in, preventing the oxidation process.

Eto launched a Kickstarter campaign that ends on July 6, however, backers have already surpassed the goal of $70,175.

Eto

Sick of pouring stale wine down the sink after a party? Luckily for you, a new wine decanter called Eto preserves leftover wine in an airtight container to keep it fresh and holds the flavor for at least 12 days.

How? Simply pour the leftover wine into Eto through the top funnel and the neck of the bottle will compress the wine as you turn it to lock it in place. The sealed-off container ensures no air can get in, preventing the oxidation process.

Eto launched a Kickstarter campaign that ends on July 6, however, backers have already surpassed the goal of $70,175.