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Handy Tips for the Vinturi Wine Aerator

 
Thursday, September 17th, 2009 at 4:31:35 PM
by Erika S., Wine Enthusiast Companies

The Vinturi Wine Aerator is an invaluable asset for softening and enhancing the flavors of wine. Mixing just the right amount of air with your wine at the precise moments, this see-through aerator allows your reds to breathe instantly. If you own one yourself, you’re already aware of its value! Based on customer comments that we have received regarding the Vinturi Aerator, we’ve expanded our product offering with a deluxe gift set, perfect for the holiday season.

The deluxe set includes:

  • A Vinturi Red Wine Aerator
  • A Beautiful stand to hold the Vinturi above your glass
  • A drip catcher screen
  • A travel pouch

Here is how it works:YouTube Preview Image

Vinturi Red Wine Aerator Brush

Beyond the gift set we also offer a cleaning brush, designed just for the Vinturi red wine aerator. It slides easily into the Vinturi to scrub at the hard-to-reach areas, leaving a spotless aerator for the next use.

We’ve also received inquiries about using the Vinturi with an old wine that throws a sediment. A great solution to this is our aerating funnel with removable screen. Place the funnel over the Vinturi as your pour your wine. The screen in the funnel will catch all of the sediment, and you’ll have clear, perfectly aerated wine in your glass. The funnel also controls the flow of wine into the Vinturi, so you won’t have problems with overflow.

Of course, the Vinturi Red Wine Aerator works perfectly on its own, these helpful tips and tools only complement it, to make it even better!

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2 Responses to “Handy Tips for the Vinturi Wine Aerator”

  1. I just purchased the kit from B.R. Cohn’s gift shop in Sonoma Valley, and gave it to my father as a gift. I was surprised to see that there was no instruction booklet; even though it seems like such a simple process, my father did have questions that I was unable to answer. That is my only remark, for what it’s worth, and I look forward to seeing the approving look spread across my Dad’s face as he tastes the fruits of your labor- we went on the internet and found all we needed to know in this delightful You Tube demonstration. (P.S. The brief explanation on the side of the box was just a little too brief for my skimpy knowledge of wines and their needs, and there just might be someone out there who refuses to enlist the help of a computer!) Aloha, Yvonne Elliman

  2. I purchased the original Vinturi a while back through Amazon, but found that I almost needed a third hand to use it, so I like the fact that they’ve now developed a stand to hold the aerator above your glass. However, before I found out about the new version with the stand, a friend of mine gave me a wine aerator they had bought in London. It’s called the Wineweaver and I haven’t seen anything like it before. You are able to sit it directly on top of your glass, so there’s no need for a third hand or a separate stand and you can move the spout up and down so that you can make the wine hit the curve of the glass which really helps to open up your wine. I’d love to purchase these for Christmas presents but I haven’t yet found them in my local stores only on the internet – http://www.wineweaver.com ? Does anyone have any ideas? I love the funky colors that they come in, so if anyone knows which stores this is in would be great.
    So, getting back to it, although I think the Vinturi is great and really does make a difference to your wine, I’d say if you’re having difficulty using it but want results just as good, then try out the Wineweaver – I love it and can’t stop raving about it!
    Essex NJ, Angie Luftner

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