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Vinoair Wine Aerator

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The VinoAir has a specially designed venturi chamber which pulls twice the vacuum as the leading venturi aerators available today. Most aerators pull a 10 inch vacuum while the VinoAir pulls a 20 inch vacuum. The sleek ergonomic design of the vinOair allows the user to place it into the wine bottle where it is secured by the food grade rubber ring which makes an airtight seal. The aerator remains in the bottle so that with each pouring the wine is aerated and the vinoAir remains securely in the bottle. The edge of the vinOair acts as a drip stopper.<br/><br/>

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Karmère Vineyards & Winery:
KARMÈRE VINEYARDS AND WINERY OF SHENANDOAH VALLEY is a result of five generations of farming and a love of the land and rural life. Marilyn K Hoopes, co-founder of Karmère, grew up in Teton Valley, Idaho on a potato farm on the Teton river in full view of the Grand Tetons. In l978, at age twenty-six, she moved to Amador County and fell in love with the bucolic Shenandoah Valley. She also fell i... Read more
KARMÈRE VINEYARDS AND WINERY OF SHENANDOAH VALLEY is a result of five generations of farming and a love of the land and rural life. Marilyn K Hoopes, co-founder of Karmère, grew up in Teton Valley, Idaho on a potato farm on the Teton river in full view of the Grand Tetons. In l978, at age twenty-six, she moved to Amador County and fell in love with the bucolic Shenandoah Valley. She also fell in love with Todd Pickens who had recently moved from the Bay area and prior from L.A. to Amador County to become a "back to the lander." They made their home in Jackson, California and in l990 bought their first piece of property in Shenandoah Valley: a seventeen acre parcel adjacent to Terre Rouge. This is their home place. In l994, they completed an IRS 1031 real property trade and obtained the eighty-nine acre Jameson Ranch where the winery and tasting facility now exists. The name "Karmère" (car-mare) is in honor of Marilyn's mother Karma Hoopes: "mère" is the French word for mother. Since the land exchanged came from Marilyn's parent's estate and the existing farm in Idaho bears her father's name, Marilyn decided to honor her mother's hard work and vision and thus the name was created. Marilyn, an attorney, and Todd, an optometrist, are the parents of three grown children, Josh, Jared, and Hayley. All of the children are involved in the winery or vineyards. Todd continues to practice optometry and Marilyn works as a part-time Administrative Law Judge devoting the majority of her time to the winery and vineyards. The first Zinfandel vines were planted in l994. Plantings of zin, syrah, barbera, viognier, primitivo and nebbiolo have continued with sixty-seven acres planted of the hundred and five total. Read less

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Snooth User: Rich Alderman
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05/15/2010

I am a rep for VinOair by Cork Pops and have experience with lots of wine aerators including the Vinturi. I have had lots of my customers go from the Vinturi to the VinOair for a lot of reasons. It is much cleaner and easier to use (it goes in the bottle so you don't have to be a good aim and you won't drip onto the tablecloth), it is a dripless pourer (again neater), and like The Wine Closet said, it pulls twice the vacuum as its closest competition. The kicker is that it is about half the price of the Vinturi. And for those of you who love the gurgling sound that the Vinturi makes, The VinOair will gurgle for you too!


External Reviews for Vinoair Wine Aerator

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Source: The Wine Closet
10/25/2010

VinOair Wine Aerator


External Review
Source: The Wine Closet
12/20/2009

The VinoAir has a specially designed venturi chamber which pulls twice the vacuum as the leading venturi aerators available today. Most aerators pull a 10 inch vacuum while the VinoAir pulls a 20 inch vacuum. The sleek ergonomic design of the vinOair allows the user to place it into the wine bottle where it is secured by the food grade rubber ring which makes an airtight seal. The aerator remains in the bottle so that with each pouring the wine is aerated and the vinoAir remains securely in the bottle. The edge of the vinOair acts as a drip stopper.



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The VinoAir has a specially designed venturi chamber which pulls twice the vacuum as the leading venturi aerators available today. Most aerators pull a 10 inch vacuum while the VinoAir pulls a 20 inch vacuum. The sleek ergonomic design of the vinOair allows the user to place it into the wine bottle where it is secured by the food grade rubber ring which makes an airtight seal. The aerator remains in the bottle so that with each pouring the wine is aerated and the vinoAir remains securely in the bottle. The edge of the vinOair acts as a drip stopper.<br/><br/>

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