Wine 101: Burgundy

Wine 101: Burgundy

May 06, 2018

Some of the world's most celebrated Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays originate from the region of Burgundy, France or Bourgogne. The most prominent wine-growing regions of Burgundy are Chablis, Cote d'Or (Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune), Cote Chalonnaise, Maconnais, and Beaujolais.

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The Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer was featured on Brit + Co!

The Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer was featured on Brit + Co!

March 22, 2018

We are overjoyed that the Vintorio Aerator Pourer has been receiving so much positive buzz lately! We won't judge if every day is National Drink Wine Day for our beloved Vintorio community. Our Vintorio Wine Aerator was mentioned in Brit + Co's article, "Celebrate National Drink Wine Day With These Amazon Products That Have Over 500 Reviews"

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Amazon reviewers love our Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer!

Amazon reviewers love our Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer!

March 22, 2018

According to The Strategist (New York Magazine), the Vintorio Wine Aerator takes the cake for Best Wine Aerator and Decanter Spout in "The Best Wine Decanters and Carafes on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers".

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11 Gadgets Every Wine Lover Needs Immediately! (via Bustle)

11 Gadgets Every Wine Lover Needs Immediately! (via Bustle)

March 22, 2018

Red wine spills are the bane of every oenophile's existence, but this handy wine pourer will make the Tide Pen obsolete. Simply plug this gadget into an opened bottle and you're ready to drink. The built-in aerating chamber and air intake system will circulate oxygen into your wine while you pour, so there's no need to decant. What could be better than a gadget that improves taste of your wine while keeping it off your table cloth?

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Featured in Bustle's

Featured in Bustle's "13 Weird Kitchen Tools Every Grown-Ass Man Needs"!

March 22, 2018

We're proud that our favorite wine opener, the Omni Wine Opener, was featured in Bustle's list of "13 Weird Kitchen Tools Every Grown-Ass Man Needs".

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Wine 101: Loire

Wine 101: Loire

March 11, 2018

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Wine 101: Bordeaux

Wine 101: Bordeaux

February 18, 2018

Wines from Bordeaux are typically blended with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. They are characteristically medium to full bodied wines with strong mineral and fruit notes. Because they are often high in tannins, they age beautifully and should be decanted or aerated before serving! 

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Wine 101: Acidity

February 11, 2018

Acidity, one of the major components of wine, adds a puckering, sour flavor to a bottle of wine. An otherwise dull, lifeless bottle can be transformed to a balanced, crisp, and lively bottle with the right amount of acidity. Acid also helps to keep the wine from being spoiled and ensures a longer life span in your cellar.

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Wine 101: Tannins

Wine 101: Tannins

February 02, 2018

Tannins are polyphenols that are naturally produced by plants and can be found in the stems, skins, and seeds of grapes as well as the oak barrels that wine may sit in. If you have sipped a cup of overstepped tea, that gripping, dry mouth feel are tannins at work.

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Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer

Still looking for the perfect wine gift?

January 16, 2018

Vintorio WIne Aerator Pourer was featured in a December 2017 Holiday Gift Guide on Business Insider for "15 gifts for 'wine lovers' who don't actually know much about wine." We tip our wine glasses to you, Business Insider!

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Featured in The Spruce's

Featured in The Spruce's "The 5 Best Wine Aerators to Buy in 2018" list.

January 15, 2018

Thanks for the shout out, The Spruce! Our best-selling wine aerator, the Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer, was featured in The Spruce's recent list of "The 5 Best Wine Aerators to Buy in 2018".

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Wine 101: Aeration

January 09, 2018

You could pour your fine wine straight out of the bottle, but why waste the wine tasting experience? There are many undesirable compounds in wine that diminish as wine is exposed to oxygen. In short, aerating wine makes a huge difference in taste.

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