How to Open a Wine Bottle?

Method No. 1, the traditional method

Materials needed Cut the cap
Materials needed
A bottle
A corkscrew

Cut the cap
Using the small,
Cut the top of the cap.

Screw the corkscrew Lever
Screw the corkscrew
By stabbing the center
Screw progressively
Until the end of
The pigtail.

While building on
The edge of the bottle,

Pry (continued) Done!
Pry (continued)
To facilitate this operation,
you can hold the bottle
between your legs.

And yes!
It's as simple as that!

The second method or the secret weapon of Jean -Alain

(or how to open a bottle without a corkscrew !)

Materials needed Put bottle in place
Materials needed
One bottle
One shoe
And it's allt!

Put bottle in place
Enter the bottom of the bottle
in the shoe heel
Typing on a wall The cork comes out
Typing on a wall
While maintaining
bottle, slap on a wall,
Knock sharply,
While taking care of
to not break the bottle

The cork comes out
As see on 1 and 2,
The tap begins
to rise.

Remains to get out Done!
Remains to get out
Once the tap is released
to the three- quarter,
it only remains to finish to
to get it out by hand!

And yes!
It's as simple as that!
It was my secret method !

The French Paradox

Maybe you have heard about the French Paradox?

The French Paradox or le paradoxe Français

Many studies noticed that just 83 out of 100,000 French people die from heart disease compared with 230 in the US despite that a significantly higher amount of fat in their diet. Why is it like that? Well the main reason is thought to be the red wine. French people consume far more red wine than American people. Many people thought that it was related to the anti-oxidants found in red wine. A series of laboratory experiments suggests the proof of this statement seemed to single out a flavonoid called resveratrol (trans-3,5,4′-trihydroxystilbene) as the most likely substance for the health benefits.

Benefits of Red Wine:

Plato may have been wiser than he knew when he said, "Nothing more excellent or valuable than wine was ever granted by the Gods to man." Those of us who have come to enjoy the variety and tastes that wine have to offer can now look to red wines for greater health benefits. Recent studies show that drinking one glass of red wine each day may have certain health benefits. Research indicates that moderate red wine consumption may help protect against certain cancers and heart disease, and can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels and blood pressure.

Why drink alcohol with moderation?

The French Paradox, le paradoxe Français

The principal key to reaping the health benefits of red wine seems to be moderate consumption. Drinking one glass a day for women and up to two glasses a day for men may (Drink red wine every day should not exceed 50-100ml/day) decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer and stroke. Excessive or binge drinking, however, doesn't produce the same benefits. In other words, when it comes to red wine: for sure, more is not better!

Why red wine is better for health than white wine?

The principal reason is because between white wine and red wine, the red variety has more resveratrol than white because red wine is fermented with the skin of the grape (skin contains reresveratrol). As you may know, the resveratrol is like an antibiotic for grape. Aslo the resveratrol, in particular, has been demonstrated to be good for the health.

Of course, it is depending on individual preferences but the majority of people still prefers drink red wine!

Opening of the showroom Trivin SA

In 2008 , still in the idea to serve you better, Trivin Sa opened a showroom.

Obviously a good idea because today , more than 25 % of our sales are made at the counter!

Showroom cua Trivin Sa

Competitive prices for our customers to discover the quality and diversity of our products.

Showroom cua Trivin Sa

Quality of Bag-in-Boxes (Baginbox)

A Bag-in-Box, what is it?

A Bag-in-Box or BiB is a type of container for the storage and transportation of liquids. It consists of a strong bladder (or plastic bag), usually made of several layers of metallised film or other plastics, seated inside a corrugated fiberboard box.


Advantage of Bag-In-Box

Ecological: A Bag-in-box is more environmentally friendly than bottled wine. The bag allows a contents of 3-10 litres, so that far less packaging mass is required. The material it is made from is very light, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions caused by transport (as opposed to glass containers, which weigh much more).

Practical:A Bag-in-box is lighter, far easier to handle and transport than bottled wine.

Preservation:Unlike bottled wine which goes bad a few days after opening, boxed wine stays fresh for weeks after opening since the vacuum-sealed pouch does not allow the wine to be exposed to air.


On which occasion

Low-Consuption: After opening, wine in a bottle it is oxidised by air in the bottle which has displaced the wine poured; wine in a bag is not touched by air and thus not subject to oxidation until it is dispensed. Cask wine is not subject to cork taint or spoilage due to slow consumption after opening.

A party: With your friends or your family, the bag-in-boxes are ideal for your partys.

For restaurants: Single glasses, half-carafes, and carafes are offered at affordable prices to diners and patrons.

Bag-In-Box with family

Where to buy our wines?

Companies distributing Trivin Sa wines

AGT Company


Hà Nội -Việt Nam

ĐT : 043 732 75 61
Công ty co phan AGT

Or come directly to our showroom, this map should help you!

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Beyond a minimum of 3 boxes , we can also deliver to you!

truck making deliveries Trivin Sa


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France is producing several hundreds or thousands of wine according to the method used to count( it châteaux, clos, marques, etc.).

There are many varieties ( types of vines and grapes) .Each variety gives wines of character variable , depending on the soil, the nature of the ground, the position relative to the sun, the wine making, etc.

Weather permitting to get different wines , although of the same origin , by year , we talk about vintage.

In France, 3 Grapes varieties ( on 6) are principally used...

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Until 2009, in accordance with European regulations, French wines were classified into four families (see below). But since the 2009 harvest , there has been a change in the classification governed by the European Commission, the Commission decided as follows :

- Vins de Table become wine AOP VSIG (vin sans indication géographique), with name Vin de France with or without grape variety and vintage.

- Vins de Pays become wine IGP (indication géographique protégée).

- AOC become wine AOP (appellation d’origine protégée).

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