Since it appears to be made for the outdoors, I can't imagine that this wouldn't tip with even the slightest amount of breeze. Back to the drawing board, sorry.

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Apart from what Mneeley490 says, if you're going outside to consume your wine, you already have to schlep the corkscrew and the wine, the glasses and the chairs, maybe some cheese or crackers, a utensil for the cheese, and perhaps a napkin or two.  Who needs something else?  In the US, for much of the year, drinking outside is not possible. It's too cold, rainy or hot.  Thus, the market will be quite limited.   Is the parasol, if it stays up, going to materially affect the temperature of the wine?

The corkasol.  Or the paracork.

I would suggest you try to go on Shark Tank.  They will eject you faster than a cork on a shaken bottle of cheap sparkling wine.

Lisa: Because a split second before the torque wrench was applied to the faucet handle, it had been calibrated by top members of the state and federal Departments of Weights and Measures, to be dead-on balls accurate. Here's the certificate of validation. 
Vinny: "Dead-on balls accurate"?
Lisa: It's an industry term.
Vinny: I guess the f'ing thing is broken.

Just want one thing
Just to play the king
But the castle's crumbled
And you're left with just a name
Where's your crown King Nothing?

I wish I had seen the original post.  Was the OP pitching us a corkscrew laden, umbrella covered, backyard wine enema device?  I might be a buyer of that.

Well, I am getting two different outcomes of response. I have professionals in the invention market giving me great compliments and then I have negative remarks. I guess you never know. 

Mikewine35 posted:

Well, I am getting two different outcomes of response. I have professionals in the invention market giving me great compliments and then I have negative remarks. I guess you never know. 

one way to find out.

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