Bounty Cellars Winery expands product line
May 1, 2009 By Marg Land
April 29, 2009, Kelowna, BC – As companies cut back on production, a
Kelowna winery is bucking the trend by expanding its product line.
April 29, 2009, Kelowna, BC – As companies cut back on production, a Kelowna winery is bucking the trend by expanding its product line.
Bounty Cellars Winery is set to begin shipping the first cases of its new Rim Rock brand wine to select independent retailers in Alberta.
Bounty Cellars is a boutique winery that follows the model of the traditional French négociant, using grapes, juice and wine from throughout the Pacific Northwest to produce a portfolio of wines.
The winery was recently recognized with silver (2007 Pinot Blanc) and bronze (2007 Gewurztraminer) medals at the prestigious Finger Lakes International Wine Competition in New York.
In addition to producing wines for distribution through retail locations in Alberta and British Columbia, Bounty Cellars is also known for its private label wine program that offers individuals and organizations the opportunity to order custom-packaged wines.
The winery is currently in the process of bottling its 2008 vintages.
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