At $999, you won't be surprised that this digital gadget can also take pictures of your wine labels and keep track of all the wines you own. (That $999 converts to roughly AU$1,270 and £735.)
It also recommends wine you could try with fun pairings, like David Bowie music and cake.
Coravin never removes the cork -- it punctures a slight hole through it.
The cork then shrinks back on itself, keeping out oxygen that degrades the wine's flavor over time.
The cheapest Coravin model comes in at $200 (roughly AU$250, £150), but the fully-automated version shown at CES 2018 costs about $1,000 (roughly AU$1,270, £735).
Is it better? Hard to think so, though we haven't tested the two side by side.
But if you're a restaurant or wine bar trying to preserve expensive bottles -- or an individual with an impressive collection, it could make more sense.
Take in the Coravin Model Eleven, a working prototype, in the next few slides.