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Best Way to Store Vermouth - Vacuum Seal, Nitrogen Spray or Decanting

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Best Way to Store Vermouth - Vacuum Seal, Nitrogen Spray or Decanting

signofthefourwinds | Apr 25, 2012 03:26 PM

I've got my first bottle of Carpano Antica Formula, and before I open that big sucker I want to figure out the best way to make it last. (Of course I will store it in the fridge.)

There are three options that I am aware - Vacuum Seal, Nitrogen spray or Decanting.

Is there any study that shows which is best? (Where are the scientists when you need them?)

Over in the forum below, there was no consensus regarding the best way.
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/685888

I've tried the vacuum seal approach, and frankly it has been a bust. (But, I don't have a top of the line seal.) If you use a vacuum seal and have had success, what brand did you use?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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