Vinturi Giveaway – Winners Announced!

Vinturi Wine Aerator

Because the Holidays are just a few weeks away and most of us will serve bottles and bottles of beautiful wines to family and friends (and lets not forget that you may be so crazy busy with holiday preparations that there isn’t much time to aerate wine the traditional way) we are giving away 2 Vinturi White Wine Aerators! Enter now to WIN a Vinturi White Wine Aerator in the Vinturi Giveaway. We will choose 2 (not just 1) lucky winners.

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The Winners of the Vinturi White Wine Aerators:

#6 Nick “Liked both. I like Melville High Density”

# 21 Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family “I like chardonnay, but I don’t have a favorite label (I know that is probably a sin on your site). I am just getting into wine so I haven’t gotten brand loyal just yet.”

Congratulations to both the winners and please email us to claim your prize at .


This Giveaway is closed. A new Giveaway will be posted soon!  

Recently we received a White Wine Aerator from the Vinturi Company for testing, and as you can tell from our video we had a lot of fun with it.

As you may know most red wines improve with aeration and there are many ways to aerate wines (a glass decanter being the most traditional among all), but if you are in the hurry or just would like to serve one or two glasses then this little gadget makes it simple for you. It also makes a nice gift for a wine lover!

You might be wondering…can white wine even be aerated? Well just watch our video to find out more about how it works and why Corina is wearing a blindfold and if she can tell which wine has been aerated!

Here is How to Enter to Win one or even Both of these Wine Lovers Essentials:

To win:
1. Like Vinturi on Facebook.
2. Post a comment below to let us know you did it.
3. Like WineDineTv on Facebook.
4. Post a comment below to let us know you did it as well and also tell us what your favorite wine is.

The Prize

Vinturi Essential Wine Aerator. Easily and conveniently enhance the flavor, bouquet, and finish of any wine with Vinturi’s Essential Wine Aerator. Wine needs to breathe to allow it to open up, release its intended aromas, and of course, make it taste better. Vinturi’s patent-pending design speeds up this process by instantly aerating with ease and convenience in the time it takes to pour a glass of wine. Hold the aerator over a glass and pour wine through for instant aeration.

Terms & Conditions

You must be over 21 years of age and a US resident to win. Vinturi sponsored this review by providing us with a White Wine Aerator for review. The review is an honest opinion based on our own experience. We reserve the right to delete any comment that we deem inappropriate.

Contest ends Sunday, December 18th at 11:59pm Pacific Time. The winners will be chosen randomly, and we will announce the 2 WINNERS by Monday Morning 10am so we can get these in the mail to you before the Holiday season!

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  1. says: Patty

    Posted/commented. Vinturi is by far the gold standard in aerators. It can completely change the composition of a wine by just opening it up. Favorite wine? Toss up btwn a 1961 Chateau Lascombe Margaux or a 1998 Cab from Annandale. Both were simply exquisite!

  2. says: Diane Forgy

    I liked Vinturi and already like your page as well. Love using Vinturi’s they always enhance the wine. dfkcvino

  3. says: Sam Wakim

    I liked WineDine TV on Facebook. I’m thrilled to know there is a network that pairs wine and food! My favorite wine of all time. Ooh, there have been so many great ones! I would have to say the 1970 Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from Beaulieu Vineyards. Incredibly delicious when I enjoyed it during the early 90’s.

  4. says: Victor

    I’m posting a comment to let you know that I Liked Vinturi on Facebook, as well as Liked WineDineTv. My favorite wines are usually from California, red very red and dark, like a Petite Sirah from Edwards Vineyard & Cellars in the Ramona Valley.
    4. Post a comment below to let us know you did it as well and also tell us what your favorite wine is.

  5. says: Michael DeGeronimo

    Okay….I liked Vinturi & your channel on FB but I actually would have ‘liked’ them both if I were to have come across them. Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work! I would be interested to try the Vinturi white wine aerator on some Rheingau Reisling and I would have to put my favorite wine as Montepulciano di Abruzzo but I can really enjoy a nice Nebbiolo. 😉

  6. says: Charlotte Andersen

    I liked Vinturi ! Looks like an amazing gadget to have, and for spirits too!
    Corina and Judit you are amazing and put smiles on our faces!
    I have never known a white wine ” Vinturi” I love the sound it makes it made me
    Laugh! All the best Charlotte

  7. I liked Wine Dine TV on Facebook as well! Everyday brings a new favorite wine. Last night I was drinking a 2008 Cosentino Winery CigarZin which as of this morning is still my favorite. However who knows what tonight will bring.
    Great website!!

  8. I Liked Vinturi on Facebook and wish there was a Love button. A friend of mine has one of these and the aeration really helped to open up what was a mediocre wine. Awesome gift idea!!

  9. says: Michael McCann

    Definitely liked both, definitely want a Venturi for xmas, and definitely liking the (current favorite) 2009 Cupe Syrah, mainly because its one of the few decent wines from the SYV I can find here in Colorado!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  10. says: VinoDiva

    Have done so and my very favorite wine is Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc a white blend that is mostly Sauvignon Blanc from Bordeaux with complex flavors.

  11. says: Al Gibson

    I “liked” Venturi and saw that they also have one for spirits…How interesting. I “liked” WineDineTv a long time ago. What’s not to like? 🙂