Dec. 2, 2006 – Baltimore, MD – Bubble Flo Inc. continued to showcase its BubbleFloTM, (a self-contained computerized monitoring device for making wine that can be operated manually) at the 2006 American Wine Society conference in Baltimore, MD on November 9th, 10th and 11th.
The American Wine Society which boasts over 120 chapters is the quintessential organization for wine enthusiasts of all stripes and the sanctioning body for wine competitions both amateur and professional.
“The experience and response of the membership has been enthusiastic.” Says Dan Kornacki, Bubble Flo Inc. President and CEO. “We want everyone to enjoy a lifestyle of making great wine and we created self-contained computerized monitoring device to enable even amateurs to create great wine simply and inexpensively. With the availability of juices from the greatest wine-producing regions of the globe, everyone can enjoy fine wine without overpaying for commercially produced wine.”
The patented technology works by quantifying the emissions of carbon dioxide gas from the fermentation and converting it to a fermentation rate. The BubbleFloTM was on exhibit at the conference and grabbed the attention of both amateur and commercial winemakers, as well as attendees from Cornell, Rutgers and the University of Maryland.
“It’s been a great conference.” Says Tom Doran, Bubble Flo Inc. Chairman, “We sincerely thank everyone for visiting our booth and for the enthusiastic response to the BubbleFloTM device. The questions were great! We look forward to attending future American Wine Society events and seeing everyone there.”
Bubble Flo Inc. is located in and supported by the University at Buffalo’s Baird Research Park, 1576 Sweet Home Road, Amherst, New York 14228
For more information on BubbleFloTM, please contact Dan Kornacki at 1-800-817-1440 or email@example.com, or check the website at http://www.bubbleflo.com
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