vinotwist goes Argentina
Mendoza, 10.11.2016. Right on time to the start of the fair the new partnership for the Argentina market is established. BT-Watzke is producing Premium capsules and closures in Austria since 1892 and Vin Oenologie is active in sales of oenologie products in Argentina and neighbouring countries for decades – a perfect combination to satisfy individual customer requirements locally.
By concentrating its competences this new cooperation between BT-Watzke and Vin Oenologie allows the Argentine Wine business even simpler to get consultation directly onsite and to source quality closures made in Austria in Argentina.
The originating company was founded in 1892 and with a great deal of effort from its employees, the company managed to become Europe's premium supplier. There is no other factory worldwide producing a full range of capsules and wine screw caps at a single site.
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