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Castle Rock Winery Announces Partnership with Southern Wine and Spirits for Distribution in California and Arizona

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Castle Rock WineryCastle Rock Winery is pleased to announce that it has entered an exclusive distribution partnership with Southern Wine and Spirits for the states of California and Arizona with effect from July 1, 2015. This move adds to the existing partnership between Castle Rock and Southern in Nevada and New Mexico. “Strengthening our distribution network is a key factor for us as we move into the next phase of our growth,” says Greg Popovich, Castle Rock’s founder and president. “Southern Wine and Spirits is the largest and most professional distributor of wine in the U.S., and we are thrilled by the opportunities which the partnership will bring.”

Castle Rock Winery, which celebrated 20 years in business in 2014, produces and sells approximately 500,000 cases of wine a year, including over 100,000 cases a year in California. The winery has an emphasis on several different appellations of Pinot Noir, and makes wines from quality appellations on the West Coast from Paso Robles in the South up to Columbia Valley in Washington State in the North. The winery’s business plan is based on growing to 1 million cases within 4-5 years.

Southern Wine and Spirits is the country’s largest wine and spirits distributor, and is nationally recognized by its supplier partners as well as by its customers for its state-of-the-art distribution capabilities and its leading-edge information technology. And as the leader in the wine and spirits distribution business in the United States, Southern is committed to adhering to the highest professional and ethical standards in all of their corporate, civic and charitable activities.

For more information, contact the Castle Rock corporate office at (888) 327-3777 or visit online at www.castlerockwinery.com.

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