VinOstiq

CorkPops

VinOstiq

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Pickup currently unavailable at 29th Town Center South Central Park

VinOstiq

29th Town Center South Central Park

Pickup currently unavailable

7489 East 29th Place
Denver CO 80238
United States

Aspen Lane

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5665 Beeler Street # 110
Denver CO 80238
United States

The most effective sulfite removal for wine lovers like you seeking to reduce the intake of harmful preservatives and negative side effects.

With a few stirs, you will:

  • Cheers to fewer side effects like worsened morning-after headache, upset stomach, and facial redness
  • Reduce free radicals, a major cause of chronic health problems
  • Enjoy wine the way the winemaker intended, without sulfite preservatives
  • Celebrate, knowing you reduced your consumption of harmful chemicals
About WINESTIQ Full Bottle:
  • The Cork Pops vinOstiq removes sulfites instantly for a healthier wine experience.  Just dip vinOstiq into your wine glass and swirl it.  Each box contains 4 individually sealed vinOstiqs.

 Sulfites are formed naturally during the wine fermentation process AND are an added preservative to prolong the shelf-life of wine. Drinking sulfites can lead to headaches, stuffiness, facial redness, itchiness, hives and make morning-after effects more severe.

Additionally, sulfites lead to the formation of free radicals, damage cells and increase the risk for the development of chronic and degenerative illness. With a few stirs, you will restore your glass of wine to its most natural and healthy state! 

*formerly WineStiq 

Have a crack at the science:

Sulfites are added to wine as a preservative by either bubbling sulphur dioxide gas in the wine or adding potassium metabisulfite. Both are readily soluble in wine. The sulfur dioxide (SO2) gas equilibrates between Sulfur dioxide (SO2) + water (H2O) and hydrogen ions (H+) + Bisulfite ion (HSO3-). As the pH decreases the fraction of total sulfite present as the bisulfite ion increases so that at pH4 (wine has a pH range of 3-4) the bisulfite ion is the predominant species present in the wine. The bisulfite ion also exists in equilibrium with hydrogen ion (H+) + sulfite ion (SO3 2-). Similarly, the addition of potassium metabisulfite to wine creates an equilibrium of bisulfite and sulfite ions along with free potassium ions (K+). Addition of a scientifically tested, very specific measurement of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) oxidizes the bisulfite ion (HSO3-) to the bisulfate ion (HSO4-) and water which is then further converted to the sulfate ion (SO4-) plus water.