Video Tutorial

Step-By-Step Guide

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    Open your bottle of wine and pour a glass. Remove the eto stopper, and fully extend the neck (approx. 11cm).

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    Holding eto at an angle, decant your bottle through the neck.

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    Pour a glass: the long neck gently oxygenates the wine and its sharp lip ensures drip free pouring.

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    Replace the stopper and push the neck down. The valve locks automatically when it reaches the wine.

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    Store eto in a cool, dark place. It has been designed to fit perfectly into a fridge door.

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    Lift up the neck very slightly to release the seal, before pouring your next glass.

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    Please wash before first use. Fully extend the neck. Unscrew the shoulder, and raise the shoulder up to the top.

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    Lift and rotate out

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    Turn eto upside down and unscrew the valve out (anti-clockwise).

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    Separate the red seal from the valve and the black seal from the plunger.

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    Hand-wash all 6 parts in hot water and dry thoroughly. The small microfibre bag can be used to polish the metal parts.

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    Replace the red seal and the black seal.

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    Screw in the valve securely (clockwise). Ensure the seals are fully air-dried before assembly

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    Guide the plunger into the glass at a 45° angle.

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    Push inside (approx. 10cm) then screw on the shoulder and replace the stopper. Avoid ‘over tightening’ when screwing onto the glass.

Using eto - FAQs

How does eto work?

When you open a bottle of wine oxygen mixes with air and starts oxidation. Too much oxidation ruins any wine. eto's unique, patented preservation system creates a seal between the wine and the air, reducing your wine’s exposure to oxygen, slowing down the oxidation process and keeping its great taste for longer.

I’m struggling to unscrew the base from the metal parts.

Sometimes the metal parts contract when cold.  

You can try soaking your eto in warm water, or placing it under the hot tap for a few seconds, dry, then try again. This should  do the trick. 

You can also use rubber gloves for extra grip.  

Remember too, there's no need to over-tighten the top part to the base, as that has no impact on the seal. 

What is the maximum and minimum amount of wine you can keep in eto? 

eto has been designed so that when you fully extend the neck you can decant a standard 750ml bottle into eto, have a glass or 2 & then store the remainder  - so you can store a maximum of 600ml (20oz) & a minimum of 175ml (6oz).

Can I store eto on its side in my wine fridge? 

eto has been designed to be kept upright and may not seal if you put it on its side. 

eto fits perfectly in a fridge door.  Wine keeps for longer stored in a cool dark place - wine experts recommend keeping your wine (even red wine) in the fridge. 

Can I put eto in the dishwasher? 

We recommend hand washing all eto parts. The metal parts of eto are not dishwasher safe.

I broke the glass or lost a seal - where can I buy a spare? 

eto glass bases and other replacement parts can be bought online from the Shop. 

What if I can’t find my answer here? 

Please contact us at hello@etowine.com or via the chat icon. We are usually online 9.30 am to 5.30pm (UK) [4:30 am to 12:30pm EST] Monday to Friday. We aim to reply to all questions within 48 hours  -its usually much faster.