Ullo Wine Purifier Reviews
About Ullo Wine Purifier
The Ullo Wine Purifier, found online at UlloWine.com, describes itself as “a revolutionary new wine purifier” that has been designed to bring wine back to its all natural state by removing the added sulfites.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, the Ullo Wine Purifier has been designed to quickly and easily remove the added sulfite preservatives from your wine simply by pouring your wine through their filter on its way into your glass.
For those who don’t know, sulfites are chemicals that are added to wine as a preservative and which are no longer needed once the bottle has been opened. In addition, because some wines taste best once they have been aerated, the Ullo filter can be used to aerate and purify in the same pour.
The website says that this purifier works comfortably on top of a variety of wine glasses, and is also designed to partner perfectly with their carafe and decanter. Once you are done serving your wine, the purifier can be placed in its silicone base to capture any drips.
This product is currently only available for pre-order at this time, even though their IndieGoGo account says that this product will be manufactured and ready to ship in February of 2016. Customers are welcome to pre-order a single Ullo Wine Purifier and five sulfite filters for $60, or an Ullo Wine Purfier, Ullo Carafe, and ten sulfite filters for $90. Generally speaking, the price of products pre-launch will be less than the traditional retail price of that product once it is launched on the open market.
Because this product is still in the pre-order stage, there doesn’t appear to be a Refund Policy posted at this time. Customers who wish to cancel their order should contact their Customer Service team and speak to them directly about what can be done.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected] or with their social media accounts, like Facebook and Twitter.
The reviews of this product are generally limited to technology companies or kitchenware companies – customer reviews aren’t available at this time because this product is not yet available on the open market.
Of the available reviews, though, they all seem to be fairly consistent in their belief that this is an excellent product for wine drinkers who are unable to drink most wines because of their sulfite allergy, but outside of sulfite allergy sufferers, this product isn’t necessary for most people.
There are some people who experience mild allergic symptoms when drinking wine, but are not sure if this is a sulfite related reaction. An article in the Wall Street Journal says that people who believe they may suffer from this kind of an allergy should try a dried apricot, as they have much higher levels of sulfites and should easily trigger a sneeze or congestion in someone who is suffering from this kind of allergy.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are some other filters on the market that also promise to filter out sulfites, as well as some organic wines that are labeled as “No Sulfites Added” or NSA, which may alleviate problems that some allergy sufferers are having.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Ullo Wine Purifier reviews below.
1 ‘Ullo Wine Purifier’ Review
Cheap made in China aerator that failed to do the job. Flimsy fit between the filter and the top make it possible for wine to bypass the filter entirely. It also can leak between the rubber and plastic parts. Putting it back together without leaking can be a challenge, and taking it apart needs strong hands to pry it open. I thought it was a good investment at first as nobody likes sulfites in their wine. After using a few months had to see about getting it tested. One of my friends had some sulfite testers and we tested the results. The results were exactly the same! Live and learn. See the test on youtube!