He was speaking at a press conference to celebrate its official partnership with the team, including a presence on digital boards around the pitch and pouring rights at Old Trafford.
“We started [using the sponsorship] this month in some markets in which we are advertising Concha y Toro. We are debating when will be the best moment to do it in the UK, but now we are much more focused on the other markets – Asia, the Nordics and eastern Europe.”?In the meantime the company will be using its box at Manchester United to entertain its customers.
Asked if he was concerned the deal might spark accusations that the company is trying to appeal to children, Bianchetti said: “We believe we are quite responsible in the way we manage our communications.
“Wine is much more related to culture – more than just a stimulant like some other alcohol.”