The makers of Coravin, a device that extracts wine from a bottle without removing the cork, halted sales in June and released a safety advisory urging people to stop using the product. The warning came after the company received seven reports of bottles rupturing while the Coravin was extracting wine, including one incident in which someone was injured. Wine Spectator's Esther Mobley and Gillian Sciaretta report.
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