Interesting technology but apparently it depends on the cork being intact. I've heard that you should recork bottles every twenty years or so, but recorking isn't always practical.
Yes, the cork must be intact. As I mentioned above, once the bottle is opened, the oxidation process begins and no known technology can change that.
Most wines are opened within a 20-year time frame anyway. The expensive wines age and eventually deteriorate in the bottle just like the cheapies. Great wines simply take longer to do it. For those relatively few bottles worth recorking, I'm sure the zillionaires can afford to have the bottles properly preserved.
Edited by djyee100, 17 August 2014 - 01:08 PM.