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Korbel California Champagne Launches Exclusive Floral Wrap

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New Korbel Bottle Wrap Hits Stores Just in Time for the Season of Romance  

Guerneville, CA, January 30, 2017 – Inspired by the floral fashions of the 1960s, Korbel California Champagne has released its new, limited edition floral bottle wrap to toast the season. With its award-winning California Brut Rosé inside the bottle and abstract pink flower design, Korbel’s Luscious release is sure to be the go-to gift or accessory for Valentine’s Day.

Swirling pink and red flowers are the focus of the bottle that is topped with an elegant black capsule. Whether toasting with girlfriends or a significant other, the special bottle offers a splash of sparkle to a weeknight gathering or romantic dinner.

To further celebrate the occasion, Korbel has partnered with the Hallmark Channel for its “Countdown to Valentine’s Day” programming that kicks off with an event on Thursday, February 9th at New York’s Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.  From 11a.m. – 7p.m., New Yorkers, commuters and visitors can experience this special, multifaceted event featuring musical performances, interactive live art and the opportunity to taste Korbel California Brut Rosé.

Known for its crisp taste and distinctive blush color, Korbel California Brut Rosé pops with bright flavors of strawberry, cherry and melon. Made using the time-honored traditional méthode champenoise, it is the perfect addition for those looking for a festive yet flavorful bubbly.  From grilled seafood and pork to pizza, it’s a great pairing for a variety of classic dishes.

Limited cases were produced of the special Luscious bottle of Korbel California Brut Rosé. The floral bottle is hitting shelves in select retail locations now with a suggested retail price of $13.99.

Established in 1882, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces the United States’ favorite méthode champenoise champagne. Owned and managed by the Heck family since 1954, Korbel currently makes 11 California champagnes and a small amount of still wine. In a separate facility, Korbel also produces one of the country’s most popular brandies.

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