Wine preservation brand Coravin is meeting the large increase in demand for its products in Australia by hiring five new staff, four in its sales team as well as a regional Marketing Manager.

The demand for Corvain devices has grown 40 per cent in the last year and this regional success sees the sales team expanding with the addition of Dominic Coulton, Account Manager (NSW/ACT), Jordan Gravestein, Account Manager (VIC/TAS), Amanda Reinoso, Account Manager (SA) and Daniel Hodge, Account Manager (QLD).

In addition Rachel Tann has been recruited as Marketing Manager and she will oversee the execution and elevation of brand strategies across Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea and Japan to continue strengthening Coravin’s presence in Australasia.

Market Director for Coravin Australia and New Zealand, Gary Olasz, said: “With our new direct-to-market business model and recent team expansion, we are providing better service than ever before. Our local sales managers are available to assist trade customers with in-depth training for more effective use of Coravin devices to better preserve their wine, expand their by-the-glass menu, and positively impact financial performance.

“As we look ahead to the next 12-months, we are in a strong position to double our existing clientele. We are excited to continue to expand our distribution, launch innovative new products and welcome Coravin into more Australian venues; making wine more accessible to those who love it most.”

There are currently more than 892 venues across Australia using Coravin systems. By 2026, the company aims to increase this figure five-fold.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of TheShout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both TheShout and Bars and Clubs.

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