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The Difference Between Our Red and White Vinturis

 
Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 at 11:06:06 AM
by Erika S., Wine Enthusiast Companies

White Vinturi Wine Aerator

We recently launched the exciting new white wine Vinturi on our site. The red Vinturis have been immensely popular, (receiving over 200 rave customer reviews) . People love the sleek design, ease-of-use and most importantly, the incredible results it can have on wine’s flavor and aroma. It seemed only natural to offer a white version. So, why do you need a different aerator for white wines?

It’s true that many white wines do not need aeration. But young, full-bodied whites like Viognier or old, luscious whites like white Burgundy, can greatly benefit. A white with exotic aromas needs a delicate touch of air that can make those aromas really sing. The white Vinturi aerator is specifically engineered with smaller, more delicate pores that are gentle on a white’s unique composition.  The wine travels through the Vinturi faster so that the wine receives just enough aeration, without being broken down. Watch our video demo, to learn how it works:
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One Response to “The Difference Between Our Red and White Vinturis”

  1. That doesn’t make sense. The manufacturers website says the white wine aerator has larger holes to provide greater aeration to whites.

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