Bertazzoni to bring six generations of Italian craft to Australian kitchens

Italian cooking appliance producers Bertazzoni have entered the Australian market, with the company’s first showroom now open in Melbourne.

Members of the Bertazzoni family – Nicola and Valentina Bertazzoni, who are among the sixth generation of the family to have a hand in running the business – marked the occasion by travelling to Melbourne to launch the company’s first Australian showroom on 21 May.

Nicola is the company’s head of sales, while Valentina is Bertazzoni’s head of style.

Founded in the town of Guastalla in the Reggio Emilia province of northern Italy in 1882, Bertazzoni manufactures more than 200,000 products annually under its Bertazzoni and Bertazzoni La Germania ranges.

Valentina and Nicola Bertazzoni at the opening of the Melbourne showroom.

Valentina and Nicola Bertazzoni at the opening of the Melbourne showroom.

Image: courtesy Bertazzoni

The line-up of products now available in Australia includes full-sized cooking ranges, built-in wall ovens, gas, electric and induction hobs, rangehoods and dishwashers.

Among the products on offer are Bertazzoni’s latest built-in cooking range, which is available in three distinct styles.

For more information, go here.

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