The firm said its Veriflow BRETT assay will be distributed under a non-exclusive agreement by the provider of specialty winemaking products and services.
Enartis, an Esseco Group company headquartered in Trecate, Italy, will distribute the assay to winemakers in California and other markets for their own in-winery use in quality-assurance testing.
It detects and measures levels of Brettanomyces bruxellensis in wine.
Enartis’ Windsor, California based subsidiary, Enartis Vinquiry, has adopted Veriflow BRETT for its Central Coast laboratories to provide testing services to winemakers in the region.
Nick Siciliano, CEO and co-founder of Invisible Sentinel, said it continues to expand its market reach in North America and beyond.
“We are especially pleased to be working with Enartis International and Enartis Vinquiry, which have established a strong reputation for helping winemakers maintain consistently high production standards.”