Treasury Wine Estates Opens the Vault

Sep. 10, 2019

Winemaking offers us an almost endless well of possibilities for exploration and experimentation. From tinkering with the ratio of varietals to aging techniques to terroir or even marketing, there is no shortage of ways for winemakers to continue to deliver wines which “wow” consumers and wine lovers. 

Our friends at Treasury Wine Estates, stocked with one of the deepest and richest portfolios in the industry, have been hard at work seeking out new and exciting offerings for your customers.


Stags’ Leap Winery: Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc

California white wines have long been popular with consumers, and the team at Stags’ Leap Winery are continuing that proud tradition with Stags’ Leap Winery Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc. This single-varietal wine continues Stags’ Leap’s proud tradition of winemaking in the storied appellation that bears the winery’s name. The brand is known for its simple, time-honored techniques, which create a natural balance of intensity and finesse in their wines. This latest addition to the portfolio is, according to the company, “a story of aromatic intrigue with fresh citrus, tropical and melon flavors and vibrant acidity” which expands their formidable white wine portfolio.


Beringer Bros.: Whisper Sister Cabernet Sauvignon

During Prohibition, America’s burgeoning winemaking culture was in danger of fading away, were it not for the efforts of a few brave individuals. Among them was Bertha Beringer, of the Beringer family, whose temerity and ingenuity allowed the Beringer vineyard to stay in business while so many others were forced to close. Her memory is being honored by the brand new Beringer Bros. Whisper Sister Cabernet Sauvignon (“Whisper Sister” being a woman who ran a speakeasy), which aims to attract millennial consumers with the combination of its inspiring backstory and accessible price point in the $20-$25 Cabernet Sauvignon segment.


Provenance Vineyards: Deadeye

The latest red blend from the team at Provenance Vineyards brings together grapes from the top producers in Napa Valley. The brand’s long, enduring relationships with farmers in the region allows the vineyard to find the best grapes, direct from the vine, which become the foundation for Provenance’s incredible new blend, Provenance Vineyards Deadeye. This blend is built on a mixture of grapes, including 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Petit Syrah, 5% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot, and 2% Malbec. As the crosshairs logo suggests, the team at Provenance are focused on precision winemaking and creating the best possible experience for consumers.


Fighting Chance: Santa Barbara Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a notoriously difficult wine to pull off well. The grapes are ridiculously thin-skinned, bruising easily and blistering in the sun. Winemakers who pick up this challenging varietal are in for a tough time, but a great pinot noir is one of the most rewarding bottles there is. Winemakers who pick up this challenging varietal are in for a tough time, but a great pinot noir is one of the most rewarding bottles there is. That is the mentality behind Fighting Chance Santa Barbara Pinot Noir. Located deep within the fog and cool breezes of California’s Central Coast, Fighting Chance has taken up the challenge and created a pinot noir which will exceed consumers’ expectations.

These wines, and many more are available from our partners at Treasury Wine Estates. Call your Breakthru Sales Consultant today to place your order and learn more about how to leverage these new offerings to grow your wine sales. 
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