We are on our way to the Atlanta Gift Show, July 7-20th at the Atlanta Convention Center. Aermate will be showing off our newest product, the Aermate Tabletop which is available this month! We will be at the Dugan and Bliss Suite #1701. For retailers and dealers, we have exciting show specials!!!
Aermate Wine and Spirits Aerator was featured on First Business News!
Aermate Products LLC Introduces the Latest in Technology, Design and Convenience for Wine and Spirits Aeration
March 12, 2014-Chicago, IL- Aermate Products LLC announced today the launch of their new series of Aermate™ Wine and Spirits Aerator. The revolutionary patent pending Tabletop AMT101TT features a unique and innovative design, solid construction and performance unparalleled in individual glass container aeration. This is the first product designed to aerate any alcoholic beverage in the glass while providing convenience and portability.
Following the successful launch of the Full Bottle in 2013, the most effective full bottle aerator, the company has delivered better, more effective and efficient methods of aeration. “With the Aermate™ Wine and Spirits Aerator line of products, we address the ability for consumers and service professionals to aerate to taste in multiple types of beverages” says Michael Roach, Managing Director for Aermate Products LLC. “It works on simple principles of physics and nature while providing a tool that is not only portable but well built with no glass to break or plastics that can crack and contain chemicals.”
The new Tabletop will be available in April and features several industry innovations. It is the first product to aerate a single glass of wine or spirits. It stands upright on a bar or counter, alleviating the need for a holder or display case. It has a built in drip cup that eliminates mess or spills. Like all Aermates, it includes the MicroBubble™ Tip that infuses micron sized air particles in the beverage for an improved, quicker and more consistent aeration. The Tabletop includes a travel holster, and its flexibility and size is ideal for sale at drug and convenience stores. Consumers can now enjoy superior tasting wine and spirits at a bar, restaurant, hotel and even on an airplane!
Aerating both wine and spirits has been proven to improve taste drinkability and enhance the overall experience of the drinker. Aermate Products LLC has met this need with two products. The Full Bottle is currently available at premium retailers nationwide with a suggested retail of $34.99. The Tabletop is available in April with a suggested retail of $24.99. For more information please visit www.aermate.com or call 1-855-846-9282. Aermate Products LLC will be exhibiting at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago, their hometown, March 15-18th. Booth number is 2385 in the South Hall.
About Aermate Products
Aermate Products is dedicated to taking the mystery and mess out of aerating your beverage. It has evolved from a concept to product in less than one year and has experienced tremendous national and international acclaim and distribution. The company is focused on bringing great design, performance, and durability to consumers at a reasonable price. We make what you drink taste better. For more information on Aermate Products LLC please visit www.aermate.com or call 1-855-TINYBUB.
Nice review from our new friends at Cheapwinefinder.com
Ok, you are with three friends and you decide to share a bottle of wine. You pour wine into four glasses and finish off the bottle. After twenty minutes, the glasses are empty. The wine was ok – but nothing to shout about. You make a mental note to not buy that particular bottle again. The problem is – that bottle of wine takes 45 minutes to “open up” properly! Drinking it before it is ready muted the aroma, hid several of the flavors and made it taste a little lifeless. How often has that happened to you? It is really hard to tell, because we simply figure that the wine in the bottle was lacking, not that is was not properly aerated.
The Aermate (lists for $34.99) is a simple and easy to use device to add oxygen to a bottle or glass of wine, as you can imagine. It has a silicone bulb (looks a little like a turkey baster) that acts as a pump, a stainless steel tube that will reach the bottom of a wine bottle and a fairly high tech Microbubble tip that releases tiny bubbles of air into the wine. The materials used in the Aermate seem to be of high quality and there is virtually nothing that can break. It is simple to use and easy to clean. Aerating a full bottle takes less than 10 seconds! Stick the device into the bottle, and gently squeeze the bulb 6 to 8 times (I had a little difficulty with the gently part, so I had red wine splash out of the bottle – you may want a wrap a towel around the bottle opening until you get the hang of things) and that is it. Pull the Aermate out of the bottle and pour yourself a glass. To clean it, just run it under water. It is so easy and effective, there is no reason not to use it on every bottle of wine you open. Decanters look great and work well, but they are a pain to keep clean and they do not aerate the wine as quickly as the Aermate.
The Aermate brings Box wine into play, I know folks who think that the wine companies produce a special brand of bad wine specifically to fill the bladders of the wine boxes. It is actually the same wine you find in wine bottles, it is just the bladder inside the box is designed to keep oxygen from the wine – that is why it lasts 3 weeks after you open the spigot. Every glass that you pour from the box comes out “tight,” they do not use tannic or acidic wines to minimize the problem, but 1 or 2 gentle pulls of the Aermate bulb will give you a fully realized glass of Box wine.
I tested the Aermate on a Portuguese Red that was supposed to be heavy on the tannins with strong oak influence that could use a full hour to open up, while I was a bit too enthusiastic with the silicone pump, I ended up with a balanced, fresh, bright complex red that was at its peak. I was impressed.
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We had a lot going on this last week and wanted to post our results for some of our outreach efforts. Some great web reviews this week and some local TV action.
A New Way to Aerate Your Wine & Spirits
"The best thing about the Aermate's design is that a quick spritz injects tiny microbubbles that break down and increase surface area contact with the liquid. This maximizes oxygen exposure and total air volume delivered in a very short amount of time. Air holes in the Aermate's Microbubble(tm) tip are half the diameter of a human hair making them finer and smaller than a grain of sand. I did notice the difference most notably on a glass of Chardonnay."
The Aermate Wine and Spirits Aerator review
"I was surprised and impressed at its material and build quality; it’s actually very well made. The metal shaft and fittings are nicely machined, with the silicone thick yet nearly effortless to use."
"the Aerator is definitely easier to use than decanting and quicker than having to wait for your wine to breathe. The Aermate Aerator is relatively inexpensive and effective at injecting air into your drink. If you’re looking for a nicely made drinking accessory for yourself, a friend or drinking buddy the Aermate Aerator could be it."
Thank you to the Fox 32 Chicago Team for featuring Aermate. Best for Last! Great "AERING"!! Aermate is perfect to open up and improve the taste of any wine or spirit. Available at Sunset Foods and Wine and Spirits Warehouse.
Named one of the coolest kitchen gifts!
ALBUQUERQUE (KASA) - Debbie Stone brings a slew of great gift ideas for the foodie or cooking enthusiast on your list.
Big Thanks to Chef Jamie on the Big Thumbs Up for the Aermate Wine and Spirits Aerator. Take a look at the segment right here.
Aermate Featured on Dallas' KTXD TV The Broadcast's segment this morning on Best Kitchen Gadgets. Great airing of some innovative and fun items for the holiday.
Great article from Dr. Vinny on science. Talks about the need for aeration especially in less mature wines. Typically the bulk of the US market is under $20 retail which is a 2010 or younger. Aeration takes that $20 bottle and instantly gives it a more aged appearance. In addition, in our non scientific after hours tasting we have found that a bottle that has been opened and left for some time benefits from aeration. We have visited our share of shot and a beer joints and getting a glass of wine in these establishments is hit or miss. When these mature (read over exposed, stale, lousy) wines are given a new fresh breath drink-ability is remarkably improved. Cheers!
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We are at the Big red Sale and Tasting this Saturday Nov 2, 2013 from 3-7pm. Plenty of fine product from Duckhorn, Caymus, Cakebread and other extraordinary reds!
Sorry for the delay. Initial quantities sold out and we are now back in stock. we have Amazon plus many more outlets coming! Let us know any issues.
Hi everyone, we just posted our new product to the Grommet. Please like it and spread the word.
Many thanks to everyone who helped us get this project and product to market. We have launched our new site and are excited about offering the Aermate to everyone for this holiday season.
It has been months and almost a year in the works. Our reason to drink more wine is almost here.