The iconic Annie Green Springs brand of wine, one of the most popular and best selling wines in America in the 1970’s and a favorite on college campuses across the Country, will be returning to the market, rolling out this Winter. Richard Kanakaris, a 38 year wine industry veteran, who recently brought back the historic TIPO wine brand (in conjunction with Stama Winery in Lodi) announced the return of Annie Green Springs.
“Annie is back!” said Kanakaris. “Many college students in the 1970’s have very fond memories of Annie Green Springs’ fruity flavored and spritzy wines and now a new younger generation will be able to see why Annie was loved by so many Americans.” “Also,” Kanakaris said, “Baby Boomers can also bring back their fond memories when they revisit the new Annie wines.”
The Annie Green Springs wines will have the traditional Annie style of being intensely fruity, light in alcohol, slightly sweet and fizzy, just the kind of refreshing wines younger consumers are enjoying in great numbers.
Annie will be packaged in 750 ML bottles with a Stelvin screw cap finish and vivid eye catching labels. “These fresh, delicious, refreshing wines are going to be huge in the marketplace,” said Kanakaris, who has sold over three million cases of wine in his career through various wineries he has either owned, managed or co managed. More details will be forthcoming soon.