Vinturi to Make Ambiente Debut

CARLSBAD, Calif.-Vinturi, a manufacturer of wine and spirit aerators, will make its debut at Ambiente in Frankfurt next month as part of the what the company called its increased commitment to foster strategic growth in Europe.

The company said it was well-positioned to support this growth, with a core group of distribution partners in Europe and a new warehouse near Amsterdam that supports local product availability. "Some of the world's largest wine and spirit producing and consuming markets are in Europe, and we believe these consumers should benefit from the Vinturi line of products in the same way as North Americans," said Rio Sabadicci, inventor and CEO of Vinturi. "Exhibiting at Ambiente is a natural next step in achieving the company's goal of increasing our global presence. It will also serve to expand business relationships in a manner that allows Vinturi to take advantage of multiple retail channels."

Vinturi will showcase its full line of red, white and spirit aerators during the show, which takes place Feb. 10-14.

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