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Piperfield Wines Inc. Announces Corporate Name Change to Grateful Grapes Wine Company, Reflect Charitable Commitment


Chicago, Illinois: Effective February 1st, 2017, Piperfield Wines, the producer of the 5k wine and 10k wine labels, will formally change its corporate name to Grateful Grapes Wine Company.

“Gratitude is the driving force behind this company. We want to do good, we want to give back to the community, and make a positive impact on the world. We value the role of community in the betterment of society and the greater good. The new name – Grateful Grapes Wine Company more accurately depicts our mission to do good and enact positive change. In 2016, we proudly donated over $6,000 of wine to charitable community events,” said Dawn Piper, President of Grateful Grapes Wine Company.

Grateful Grapes Wine Company’s mission is to Be “Grapeful”, by giving back through sponsoring charity driven, small community events, and donating 5% of all profits to local small charities.

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  1. We attended Wine about Winter in Libertyville, Illinois and tasted your delightful 5K wines (especially like the Zinfandel – red!) at Runners Edge. You had a cool scorecard – which we delightfully used.

    I looked all over for your name – searched the internet, then found it on the shops website – NOW – I just saw your very cute logo at the top of the card, so my message is maybe your name could be just slightly larger so it’s recognizable.

    Where do you sell them in Libertyville or Lake County, IL? The very nice lady serving the wine mentioned a store – didn’t write it down. We’re grateful for any help you can give us.

    Here’s to your new name and your very good wine –


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