Wine company – Perbacco Cellars http://perbaccocellars.com/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 06:30:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://perbaccocellars.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Wine company – Perbacco Cellars http://perbaccocellars.com/ 32 32 Former Suffolk schoolmates set up canned wine business https://perbaccocellars.com/former-suffolk-schoolmates-set-up-canned-wine-business/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 06:30:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/former-suffolk-schoolmates-set-up-canned-wine-business/ Published: 7:30 a.m. September 13, 2022 A canned wine company started by three former schoolmates from Suffolk is one of a host of innovative food and drink companies taking part in a celebration of regional produce in September. Vinca Wine – started by childhood friends from Framlingham and ex-Thomas Mills High School Charlie Vass, Jack […]]]>

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A canned wine company started by three former schoolmates from Suffolk is one of a host of innovative food and drink companies taking part in a celebration of regional produce in September.

Vinca Wine – started by childhood friends from Framlingham and ex-Thomas Mills High School Charlie Vass, Jack Green and Zac Walters – will be among a rich array of producers exhibiting at this year’s Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival on 24 and September 25.

“We had had three very different careers before deciding that we all wanted to start our own business and agreeing that our skills complemented each other well,” Charlie explained.


Canned vinca in a cooler
– Credit: Zakary Walters

Wine Manager Jack worked as a wine buyer for 10 years, Charlie was a sales manager for a technology company and Zak worked as a photographer and designer for creative agencies.

Jack was aware of the boom in the canned wine trend in the US before he landed in the UK. He had traveled the world tasting and buying wines for many years and had a particular interest in the wines of northwestern Sicily, which he considers one of the most avant-garde wine regions, defending the biological and sustainable processes.

He felt that the quality of the canned wine he tasted was often an afterthought and that more emphasis should be placed on quality.

He decided to start a business and recruited his two childhood friends to join them as head of sales and brand manager. What started as a “side hustle” quickly turned into full-time work as the business grew, and the trio decided to take the plunge and quit their careers during lockdown.

After launching the wine brand last year, they sold out their first batch in a month and are now on their third batch and the cans can now be found in bars, restaurants, music festivals and cinemas across the UK.

Vinca is a sustainable wine company, Zac explained. Its mission is to focus on the quality and origin of its wines to bring the best possible products to customers.

Sicilian organic wine is served from 100% recyclable cans, which contain up to 74.5% recycled content, he said. They offset their shipments by planting trees and printing labels on recycled paper made from grapes.


The Vinca team at Heveningham Hall

The Vinca Team – Zak Walters, Charlie Vass and Jack Green _ at Heveningham Hall
– Credit: Zakary Walters

The trio tend to work remotely as all the logistics are done with partners, explained Charlie, who divides his time between Cratfield in Suffolk and the company’s London headquarters.

“Our wine is canned before being shipped to the UK. It also means we can sell cans directly to EU countries without shipping stock to the UK, paying duty here and then shipping back to the EU,” Charlie explained.

They have strived to make the business as sustainable as possible, he added.

“We had learned about the amount of carbon produced by the wine industry in packaging and transport and we wanted to do something about it. We launched Vinca in 187ml recycled aluminum cans, which is a quarter of a standard bottle of wine.

“Shipping this way has a much lower weight and bulk in shipping containers, which means less carbon emissions. The wine comes from Sicily before being canned and sold in the UK. United.”

Vinca currently employs its three founders plus an intern but plans to expand the team in the coming months. The product can be found in hospitality venues across Suffolk and the rest of the country. It sells wholesale as well as direct to consumers through its website.

“The toughest challenge the business has faced since launching in September 2021 has been supply chain issues. Driver shortages, Brexit legislation, fuel prices and shipping delays have been very difficult for the business,” Charlie said.

“We’ve seen that Covid has shifted people’s shopping habits towards direct purchases with the brands they love. Offering free shipping hurt our margin, but helped accelerate the popularity of our products online.

“We are also offsetting the carbon from shipping to people’s homes by planting trees. Our future plans are to work with national distribution partners to grow our network of independent companies stocking Vinca on-trade and off-trade.


Vinca canned wine

Vinca canned wine
– Credit: Zakary Walters

Cans are a quarter of a standard bottle. There is a red Vinca made from a blend of Nero d’Avola and Frappato grapes, a white wine made from Catarratto grapes and a Provençal-style Syrah rosé.

The drink has caught the eye of celebrities, the trio said. Framlingham-based Ed Sheeran stored it in his dressing room and a TikTok post captioned ‘stealing a drink from Ed Sheeran’s dressing room’ shows the singer in a mock horror scene as someone helps himself one of his cans of Vinca.

Jack said they were “incredibly proud” of their product. “It makes us so happy when one of our customers loves Vinca wine, but when we saw the videos that Ed Sheeran was making for all of his subscribers, we were especially excited. We saw orders pouring in on our website from all over the world since the viral TikTok,” he said.

“I have been in the wine business for over 10 years. In the last year I have seen more damage to the vineyards as a direct result of global warming than in all my years in the business. I wanted to launch a wine brand with sustainability at the heart of everything we do.

“Lighter shipping means we can reduce our carbon footprint compared to importing glass wine bottles.

“It’s great to shake up the wine industry by selling truly exceptional wine in this new format – although I’m biased of course. We’re already seeing more and more wine drinkers switching to the can, especially those who are concerned about the impact of their consumption choices on the planet.

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Three Sheets To The Wind, a rock group, launches a wine company https://perbaccocellars.com/three-sheets-to-the-wind-a-rock-group-launches-a-wine-company/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/three-sheets-to-the-wind-a-rock-group-launches-a-wine-company/ For venture capitalists looking to make their next investment, Jack Shannon offers some lighthearted advice. After one of their performances, Shannon and five other members of yacht-rock cover band Three Sheets To The Wind came up with the concept for their new project, Steely Can Wine. Shannon joked, “VCs should really pay more attention to […]]]>

For venture capitalists looking to make their next investment, Jack Shannon offers some lighthearted advice.

After one of their performances, Shannon and five other members of yacht-rock cover band Three Sheets To The Wind came up with the concept for their new project, Steely Can Wine.

Shannon joked, “VCs should really pay more attention to musicians hanging around after their gigs. “Because in this era, dumb business ideas really come from the creative well.”

A new wine brand that sells canned wines online as songs by Steely Dan and other 1970s and 1980s soft-rock bands debuted last week.

Similar to Steely Can Wine, the trio started Three Sheets To The Wind in 2009 as a prank.

Shannon, the five other members of Three Sheets To The Wind – Gregg Brooks, Marshall Norton, Micah Berry, Jay Calabro and JC Kuhl – as well as Adam Stockton, the group’s former percussionist – own the brand, which does not has no connection with Steely Dan.

We offered to create a yacht rock set list and decided to dress in jackets and sunglasses, Shannon recalls. “We thought it would be a little fun”

However, Three Sheets To The Wind has performed over the years in 15 different states across the country, most often at events in the Mid-Atlantic. They typically play between 25 and 50 shows a year, including weddings, fundraisers and other events, according to Shannon, who works as daytime entertainment manager.

After a stopover in Pennsylvania last year, where they boarded their tour bus, band member Steely Van wondered what should be the name of the wines that were inspired by yacht rock. Norton remarked, “We started tossing ideas around and making each other laugh.”

Employed during the day by Ashland-based Wine & Beer Supply, Brooks found the concept of a rock yacht wine brand particularly appealing. “I have access to wine because of what I do for a living. I buy wine in bulk, sell it to customers, and develop brands for hotel and restaurant chains, according to Brooks.

Last winter, the group reached out to a California winery to provide wine for a trial. Steely Can Wine was sold at a few neighborhood stores and restaurants, including Barrel Thief and Kuba Kuba. According to Brooks, “We did it to test demand and we sold some pretty quickly.” This started the process of getting more strains and serious treatment.

The group completed the branding and concept for Steely Can Wine this year between performing and performing their usual duties. Rosé Darling, Kid Chardonnay and a blend called Deacon Red are the first three options. Wine cans weigh approximately 13 ounces each. They practice in a 1,000 square foot space on Hamilton Street in the Westwood neighborhood, where they also store wine. SteelyCan.com is primarily where they sell the wine. According to Brooks, they currently carry it themselves within 15 miles of the city and hope to gradually expand their selection.

Brooks said that although Steely Can was formed as a joke by a band that also started as a joke, they take the quality of their product as seriously as the music they play. It is an excellent wine. It’s not just a publicity stunt. We don’t just stuff trash into a tin can, he said.

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A company sells alcohol burned by Russian missiles https://perbaccocellars.com/a-company-sells-alcohol-burned-by-russian-missiles/ Sat, 20 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/a-company-sells-alcohol-burned-by-russian-missiles/ Oh, that wine warehouse got hit by a goddamn Russian missile at the start of the war in Ukraine. There were such walls with endless wines here that I see very popular Chateaux border. It housed a *** collection of unique wines for over 10 years. I was two kilometers away and heard the Russian […]]]>

Oh, that wine warehouse got hit by a goddamn Russian missile at the start of the war in Ukraine. There were such walls with endless wines here that I see very popular Chateaux border. It housed a *** collection of unique wines for over 10 years. I was two kilometers away and heard the Russian troops attack. Well, everything burned for several days. Kovalev is one of the co-founders of the good wine project, *** well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries. This is a very rare *** maker from Australia. The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of letting it all go to waste, the company decided to sell the products that could be saved to fine wines. Flagship store, there is now a ***dedicated shelf that gives these special ***wines a new home. Vladimir says he picked up that bottle himself from the destroyed warehouse earlier today. First of all, we inspect and select for sale only the bottles whose cork is not removed. This is an indicator that the wine has not warmed up too much. Then we clean them *** little of the obvious burns in general. These wines are interesting and attract people who like ***. *** Part of the profits are sent to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Many winemakers treat wines like their children. They really put their soul into it at the warehouse. Work continues to find these lost treasures. They will hit the shelves with new label *** Ukraine War Survivors Sebastian CNN.

Wine of war: a company sells alcohol burned by Russian missiles

When a Russian missile hit a warehouse outside Kyiv belonging to a well-known Ukrainian wine importer, it caused millions of dollars in damage. Today, the company retains many bottles once stored, despite the destruction. walls with endless wines. Here I see Bordeaux, here a very popular chateau,” said Volodymyr Shapovalov, co-founder of Good Wine, as he walked through the war-torn warehouse. “I was two kilometers away and of course I heard the attack of the Russian troops. Everything burned for several days.” The warehouse had housed a collection of unique wines for over 10 years. Shapovalov is one of the co-founders of the project; Good Wine, a well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries. The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of letting it all go to waste, the company decided to sell the products that could be salvaged. At the Good Wine flagship store, there is now a dedicated shelf that gives these special wines a new home. Watch the video above to learn more about this heartbreaking story.

When a Russian missile hit a warehouse outside Kyiv belonging to a well-known Ukrainian wine importer, it caused millions of dollars in damage.

Today, the company retains many bottles once stored, despite the destruction.

“There were such walls with endless wines. Here I see Bordeaux, here a very popular chateau,” said Volodymyr Shapovalov, co-founder of Good Wine, as he walked through the war-torn warehouse. “I was two kilometers away and of course I heard the attack of the Russian troops. Everything burned for several days.”

The warehouse had housed a collection of unique wines for over 10 years.

Shapovalov is one of the co-founders of the project; Good Wine, a well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries.

The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of ruining everything, the company decided to sell the salvageable products. At the Good Wine flagship store, there is now a dedicated shelf that gives these special wines a new home.

Watch the video above to learn more about this heartbreaking story.

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Prisoner Wine Company’s Blindfold wine inspires wine drinkers to experience its sumptuousness https://perbaccocellars.com/prisoner-wine-companys-blindfold-wine-inspires-wine-drinkers-to-experience-its-sumptuousness/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 12:36:19 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/prisoner-wine-companys-blindfold-wine-inspires-wine-drinkers-to-experience-its-sumptuousness/ Prisoner Wine Company has always had a slightly unconventional approach to wine. While the company’s signature red blend appeals to wine drinkers with its combination of carefully selected varietals, it’s more than just the wine in the bottle. From label to experience, the company has long sought to dispel misconceptions about wine. With its new […]]]>

Prisoner Wine Company has always had a slightly unconventional approach to wine. While the company’s signature red blend appeals to wine drinkers with its combination of carefully selected varietals, it’s more than just the wine in the bottle. From label to experience, the company has long sought to dispel misconceptions about wine. With its new offering, Blindfold Wine, wine drinkers will see white wine in a whole new way.

Wine drinkers come in all shapes and forms. While the famous sommelier may impress with his knowledge of terroir, vintages and more, others love a good glass of wine. Beyond wine pairing dinners, special outings, and other bottles, most people want to open a bottle with someone and sip the night away.

With Prisoner Wine Company, the winemaker has long sought to redefine taste. From dispelling preconceptions about wine to uniting precision to create an exquisite sip, each wine offering invites drinkers to drink, enjoy, and perhaps reflect a little.

Blindfolded Wine, photo courtesy of Prisoner Wines

What is Prisoner Wine Company Blindfold Wine?

Prisoner Wine Company‘s latest offering is Blindfold. The 2021 Sonoma County Blanc de Noir is a “still white wine made from red Pinot Noir grapes.” While the images appear to show only a hint of color, winemakers describe it as having the “lightest salmon hue”. In addition, the wine combines Pinot Noir with Viognier and Gewurztraminer.

Described as “light, elegant and vibrant”, the flavors exude a hint of citrus, white peach and even a hint of cranberry. Appearing as a versatile wine, this bottle could replace this rose.

According to Chrissy Wittmann, Director of Winemaking, The Prisoner Wine Company, “Introducing Blindfold with our first bottling of a 2021 Blanc de Noir is something our team is very proud of. The Prisoner Red Blend is what made The Prisoner Wine Company what it is today, and we saw an opportunity to take this signature rare varietal blend formula into a new category with white wine.

While Blindfold Wine might be a new category, Prisoner Wine Company stays true to one of its signatures, a visually appealing label. The appearance resembles a textured fabric and wine drinkers will want to reach out to touch the bottle. Plus, the bottle can reveal a special message as it’s enjoyed. Sometimes it pays to open your eyes.

Prisoner Wine Company’s Blindfold wine is available for purchase through the winemaker’s website. A bottle sells for $35.

Are you ready to look into the wine glass and discover a new experience? What’s your favorite wine to sip on a special occasion?

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The Prisoner Wine Company presents Blindfold https://perbaccocellars.com/the-prisoner-wine-company-presents-blindfold/ Wed, 17 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/the-prisoner-wine-company-presents-blindfold/ Advertising Wine-focused brand diversifies The Prisoner Wine Company’s red-varietal-focused portfolio St. Helena, Calif. (August 9, 2022) – The Prisoner Wine Company, known for defining the red blended wine category and its visually provocative labels, announced today that it has added to its growing portfolio of brands with the launch of Headband. Blindfold is the fourth […]]]>
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Wine-focused brand diversifies The Prisoner Wine Company’s red-varietal-focused portfolio

St. Helena, Calif. (August 9, 2022) – The Prisoner Wine Company, known for defining the red blended wine category and its visually provocative labels, announced today that it has added to its growing portfolio of brands with the launch of Headband.

Blindfold is the fourth brand in The Prisoner Wine Company’s portfolio and will feature light, vibrant and elegant white wine expressions from renowned North Coast vineyards and appellations. Inspired by The Prisoner Wine Company‘s philosophy of not being bound by tradition and a dedication to progressive winemaking, Blindfold’s first release is a Blanc de Noir pot still from Sonoma County.

“Introducing Blindfold with our first bottling of a 2021 Blanc de Noir is something our team is very proud of,” says Chrissy Wittmann, Director of Winemaking, The Prisoner Wine Company. “The Prisoner Red Blend is what made The Prisoner Wine Company what it is today and we saw an opportunity to take this signature rare varietal blend formula into a new category with white wine.”

Blindfold’s Pinot Noir grapes are picked early and harvested by hand, and direct press processing produces a still white wine with the slightest hint of salmon color at 12.5% ​​ABV. Selected Viognier and Gewurztraminer are blended to add fuller texture and a rich mouthfeel while producing a light, elegant and vibrant white wine expression with notes of seasonal citrus, white flowers, white peach and a hint tart cranberry. MSRP is $35.

In keeping with The Prisoner Wine Company’s tradition of creating provocative label designs, Blindfold’s bottle is designed to evoke a tactile experience that will stand out on shelves. The top label was created with CGI technology to depict a realistic illustration of textured fabric, similar to a blindfold. As consumers interact with the bottle, they will discover a hidden message inside the front label.

Blindfold is available to purchase now from the winery‘s website and will be available at retailers nationwide in the coming weeks. For more information on Blindfold or to purchase, please visit: https://theprisonerwinecompany.com/products/2021-blindfold-blanc-de-noir.

About The Prisoner Wine Company

When The Prisoner was released two decades ago as a complex blend of some of California’s best and most unusual varietals, it quickly and forever changed the American perception of what a blended wine could be. red. The Prisoner Wine Company has grown to include a range of rule-breaking blends with provocative label designs, and the portfolio has been recognized by consumers and critics as one of the most innovative wine brands in the world. market, driving the resurgence of California luxury red blends. and earn “cult” wine status. Today, Director of Winemaking Chrissy Wittmann and her team work with more than 100 Northern California winemakers, bringing together exceptional fruit to produce a family of bold and intriguing wines. The Prisoner Wine Company is located on Highway 29 in Napa Valley and welcomes visitors year-round for unexpected immersive experiences.

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Scout & Cellar Partners with Miller Family Wine Company for National Retail Launch of Scout Wild™ https://perbaccocellars.com/scout-cellar-partners-with-miller-family-wine-company-for-national-retail-launch-of-scout-wild/ Wed, 17 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/scout-cellar-partners-with-miller-family-wine-company-for-national-retail-launch-of-scout-wild/ Advertising In partnership with the Miller Family Wine Company, Scout & Cellar’s new line of Scout Wild™ wines will be available in 38 states in October. DALLAS, TX, August 17, 2022 – Scout & Cavea winery founded and run by a woman, announces the release of its Scout Wild™ wines in partnership with the Miller […]]]>
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In partnership with the Miller Family Wine Company, Scout & Cellar’s new line of Scout Wild™ wines will be available in 38 states in October.

DALLAS, TX, August 17, 2022Scout & Cavea winery founded and run by a woman, announces the release of its Scout Wild™ wines in partnership with the Miller Family Wine National retail distribution company. Enhancing transparency and consumer awareness through their Clean-Crafted Commitment®, Scout & Cellar presents Scout Wild™, a series of wines made from grapes grown without toxic pesticides and produced without artificial ingredients or processing aids.

Available in more than 1,200 stores in 38 states as of October, the Scout Wild™ portfolio includes three wines: Sauvignon Blanc, Red Blend and Rosé. With each varietal retailing for $18.99, Scout Wild™ is an accessible option for wine lovers looking for quality wine grown responsibly and free of artificial ingredients or processing aids. While Scout & Cellar’s products were previously sold exclusively through the Scout & Cellar website, this release marks Scout & Cellar’s exciting introduction to the retail market.

“We set out to create better wine for the planet, for our customers and for the community around us,” says Sarah Shadonix, Founder and CEO of Scout & Cellar. “I started Scout & Cellar as a passion project to improve industry standards and drive transparency and accountability in the wine industry. Scout Wild™ reinforces Scout & Cellar’s Clean-Crafted Commitment® and reinforces our values ​​and mission to provide wines that benefit our customers from floor to sip.Partnering with the Miller Family Wine Company allows Scout Wild™ to reach a wider national audience through retail channels additional.

“We have been increasingly successful in focusing our efforts on building our brands in national retail chains across America, and we are thrilled to add Scout & Cellar’s Scout Wild™ wines to our collection” , says Nicholas Miller, Director of Sales and Marketing at the Miller Family Winery. “The conscious product trend has increased demand for similar products, and we believe Scout Wild™ provides consumers with the transparency and quality that this market is looking for. As a fifth-generation California farming family with a long history of sustainable farming practices, we understand how sustainably sourced natural ingredients improve the overall quality of a product. We believe Scout Wild™ represents these values, and we are excited to bring this new line to much of the country through a national retailer.

Miller Family Wine Company will begin shipping Scout & Cellar’s Scout Wild™ wines starting this month and will be available for retail sale nationwide in October. Visit scoutandcellar.com for more information on Scout & Cellar’s clean manufacturing commitment.

About Scout & Cave

Founded in 2017, Scout & Cellar is a Clean-Crafted™ woman-founded and run winery that has created a higher standard for winemaking by creating a more authentic, sustainable and delicious approach to the winemaking process. Whether it’s ensuring grapes are grown without toxic pesticides through independent testing, or producing wine that’s low in sulfites and made without artificial processing aids, ingredients or added sugar, Scout & Cellar guarantees that all its wines adhere to their Clean-Crafted Commitment®. Scout & Cellar products are available online at scoutandcellar.com where you can shop directly or with the help of our network of independent consultants who share a passion for wine and the standard by which it is made.

About Miller Family Wine Company

Miller Family Wine Company is a division of Thornhill Companies, the industry-leading umbrella brand of one of California’s premier wine families, the Miller Family, which has operated California’s central coast for five generations. Miller Family Wine Company includes the prestigious Bien Nacido Estates and acclaimed national brand wine labels such as Butternut, J. Wilkes, optik, Ballard Lane, Smashberry, Barrel Burner, Volunteer and Hand on Heart, in addition to controlling the brands of labels for major retailers across the United States and the French Camp Winery in Paso Robles. For more information on Miller Family Wine Company, please visit www.millerfamilywinecompany.com.

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Win $100,000 and travel the world with this wine business https://perbaccocellars.com/win-100000-and-travel-the-world-with-this-wine-business/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 00:46:42 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/win-100000-and-travel-the-world-with-this-wine-business/ Are you someone with a deep passion for wine, a love of travel, and a dream of starting your own winery? Well, I have the ultimate contest for you. The Ultimate Wine Insider Contest will name a winner who will receive a $100,000, all-expenses-paid wine adventure in France, Italy, South Africa and Chile, an immersive […]]]>

Are you someone with a deep passion for wine, a love of travel, and a dream of starting your own winery? Well, I have the ultimate contest for you. The Ultimate Wine Insider Contest will name a winner who will receive a $100,000, all-expenses-paid wine adventure in France, Italy, South Africa and Chile, an immersive experience in the wine industry and the opportunity to create four new wines.

You will also have the opportunity to develop an influencer platform and market wine as the first Ultimate Wine Insider. This is a life-changing opportunity for someone who dreams of changing their life to focus on wine.

To apply for this competition, you will need to submit a video that really shows what you love about wine and why you would be the perfect ambassador for Wine Insiders. You don’t need to be a sommelier or have formal wine training. You just have to be passionate and bring something unique to the table.

You also won’t have to worry about quitting your job to take on the role. All you need to do is book a vacation to visit these four countries. In Chile, you can see Cremaschi Furlotti, a 130-year-old family winery that produces 75 varieties of wine. In France, you will visit the Château de Monbazillac, a 16th century chateau located in Périgord, in the south-west of France, producing white wine. In Italy you will see Cantina Etrusca, where a family winery has been making Tuscan wines for 70 years. In South Africa, you will visit Radford Dale, which produces in Stellenbosch and the Cape of Good Hope.

You must be at least 21 years old to be eligible for this contest. Submissions must be submitted by October 14, 2022 at 11:59 a.m. EST. You can submit your full application here. You will also be able to find the official contest rules on the application page.

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Bath Wine Society launches partnership with National Gallery https://perbaccocellars.com/bath-wine-society-launches-partnership-with-national-gallery/ Mon, 15 Aug 2022 08:00:21 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/bath-wine-society-launches-partnership-with-national-gallery/ A Bath company that produces canned wine has launched several new products with limited edition labels under an exclusive deal with the National Gallery in London. Photo © Canned Wine Company The award-winning Canned Wine Company has launched three new canned wines featuring artwork by Vincent van Gogh, Paulus Theodorus van Brussel and Paul Gaugin. […]]]>

A Bath company that produces canned wine has launched several new products with limited edition labels under an exclusive deal with the National Gallery in London.

Photo © Canned Wine Company

The award-winning Canned Wine Company has launched three new canned wines featuring artwork by Vincent van Gogh, Paulus Theodorus van Brussel and Paul Gaugin.

Simon Rollings, Co-Founder of Canned Wine Company Ltd, said: “We are proud to announce our new collaboration with the National Gallery in London to showcase some of the greatest masterpieces of art on our wine labels. wine.

“Part of the proceeds from our National Gallery editions go to support the gallery, helping to maintain and continue free access to the paintings.”

Judith Mather, Director of Buying and Brand Licensing at National Gallery Global Limited, said: “We are delighted to be working with Canned Wine Co. who have created a range of beautifully crafted canned wines that feature the works of the National Gallery in a very fresh style. and original way.

The National Gallery has licensed works of art by Vincent van Gogh, Paulus Theodorus van Brussel and Paul Gauguin, which have been wrapped around the labels of Grüner Veltliner, Grenache Rosé and Old Vine Garnacha wines.

Vincent van Gogh’s oil on canvas Sunflowers (1888) features on the Canned Wine Co. Grüner 2021, an Austrian white wine made from Grüner Veltliner hand-harvested by the Huber family in Niederösterreich.

Paulus Theodorus van Brussel’s Flowers in a Vase (1789), an oil on mahogany, is the artwork of the Canned Wine Co. Grenache Rosé 2021. The light pink varietal rosé is made by winemaker Thierry Boudinaud in Pays d’ Oc, in southern France.

A Vase of Flowers by Paul Gauguin, detail (1896) is the oil on canvas painting chosen for the Canned Wine Co. Old Vine Garnacha 2020. Norrel Robertson MW is the winemaker of the red, sourced from old vines at high altitudes in Aragón, Spain.

Canned Wine Co.’s Chief Buyer, Ben Franks, added, “Our wines come from some of the best winemakers in Europe who focus on quality.

“We worked with our winemakers to prepare the wines in canned format, with maturation in vats or barrels before canning so that they tasted their best.

“Given the legendary artist status we achieved for the cans, we made sure the best wine was canned inside.”

The limited edition cans are available for purchase from the National Gallery and in three packs online from the Canned Wine Company.

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MIAMI’S FUN WINE COMPANY AND CHRISTINA AGUILERA ANNOUNCE EXPANSION PLANS IN FIRST MONTHS OF BUBBLY LAUNCH https://perbaccocellars.com/miamis-fun-wine-company-and-christina-aguilera-announce-expansion-plans-in-first-months-of-bubbly-launch/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/miamis-fun-wine-company-and-christina-aguilera-announce-expansion-plans-in-first-months-of-bubbly-launch/ The company announces $10,000,000 Share offering and the first of its kind Metaverse Portal MIAMI, August 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Fun Wine Company today announced that it is launching a common stock offering to fund the global expansion of its unique and deliciously refreshing 5.5% ABV flavored sparkling wine cocktails. Over the past year, […]]]>

The company announces $10,000,000 Share offering and the first of its kind Metaverse Portal

MIAMI, August 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Fun Wine Company today announced that it is launching a common stock offering to fund the global expansion of its unique and deliciously refreshing 5.5% ABV flavored sparkling wine cocktails. Over the past year, the company has raised $10,000,000 in private placements of shares and convertible bonds with private investors. Today, the company is raising an additional amount $10,000,000 with 2,500,000 ordinary shares at $4.00 one share, within the framework of parallel offers: one in the United States, strictly reserved for accredited investors; the other strictly overseas, to non-US investors. To invest, visit https://www.manhattanstreetcapital.com/fun-wine.

On the marketing side, new Chief Culture Officer Christina Aguilera confirms that the company is working with an innovative technology platform to create a Fun Wine Metaverse with both online and offline components. The highly interactive virtual world will provide Fun Wine lovers with a 3D experience that will enhance brand presence in an entertaining and unique way. The company plans to launch the Fun Wine Metaverse this fall. “It’s one of the most exciting marketing concepts I’ve seen in my career,” said Joe Peleg, Founder and CEO of Fun Wine. “The possibilities are endless! We look forward to working with best-in-class leaders to create an incredible experience for our subscribers.” Aguilera also works alongside the company’s founder and CEO, Joe Pelegto assist Fun Wine in its marketing activities in the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europeand Asia.

About fun wine

fun wine® is a Miami Born, flavor first and gluten-free wine cocktail that packs a punch with just 5.5% alcohol and 59 calories per 5 oz. All-natural mouth-watering flavors are sweetened with calorie-free monk fruit juice, the very first in wine. Our Hard bubbly collection® includes Strawberry Rose Moscato, Peach Passion Moscato, Coconut Pineapple Chardonnay and Sangria. The unique coffee flavored wine cocktails – Espresso Cabernet™ and Cappuccino Chardonnay™, make up the Coffee Graffiti Collection®. Fun Wine is sold in 750ml glass bottles and unique 330ml aluminum bottles in select locations around the world or online at http://shop.funwine.com. Stay up to date with the latest news and social content by following the conversation on Funwine.com Where @funwineofficial

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Niche Wine Company is one of the first in the province to offer refillable winemakers – West Kelowna News https://perbaccocellars.com/niche-wine-company-is-one-of-the-first-in-the-province-to-offer-refillable-winemakers-west-kelowna-news/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://perbaccocellars.com/niche-wine-company-is-one-of-the-first-in-the-province-to-offer-refillable-winemakers-west-kelowna-news/ Winegrowers find a niche Cindy White Niche wine business may have found its niche. The West Kelowna winery that recently opened to the public is launching refillable wine jugs. “Until recently it was not legal for wine to be in a growler. It was an option for beer and cider,” says Joanna Schlosser, co-founder and […]]]>

Winegrowers find a niche

Cindy White

Niche wine business may have found its niche.

The West Kelowna winery that recently opened to the public is launching refillable wine jugs.

“Until recently it was not legal for wine to be in a growler. It was an option for beer and cider,” says Joanna Schlosser, co-founder and CEO of Niche.

She says they have always liked the idea, which is a long-standing practice in many parts of Europe.

“The idea is that it’s more sustainable, it’s more economical, and it’s a great community builder,” adds Schlosser.

“We are able to reduce the amount of glass we use, the amount of labels we use, the amount of recycling. You know, it’s just about using less instead of recycling. It also means that we can pass some of this cost reduction on to the consumer as well. »

The growlers will be launching this weekend and Niche will also be offering a “Fill n’ Chill” growler tasting from August 1st.

You can buy a 500ml refillable bottle for $5 or a liter bottle for $7 and try one of the three wines currently available; a Reisling, a Gewurztraminer and a gray Frontenac from a friend’s vineyard in Kamloops.

Niche is located at 1895 Bartley Rd. It has been in operation since 2010, but was only sold to restaurants and liquor stores until this year.

After a two-year pandemic delay, the new public tasting room opened its doors this spring.

Tastings are by reservation, so if you want to try one of the new offerings and grab a growler or two, head over to their website for book an appointment.

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