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Rabble Wine Company Partners with Winery Sales and Marketing Company Vintage Point for Aggressive Wine Sales Growth in 2018

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Dec. 11, 2017, Paso Robles, Calif. – Rabble Wine Company, producer of trending, unconventional wine brands from California’s Central Coast, today announced its partnership with Vintage Point, a Sonoma-based sales and marketing company, to further scale the Rabble portfolio across the United States.

“Vintage Point is a proven partner in growing and scaling well known wine brands through all U.S. sales channels. We know their highly skilled and engaged team will provide us access to new distribution avenues to accelerate awareness and sales of the Rabble portfolio,” said Rabble Wine Company owner Rob Murray. Rabble Wine Company exists to create a riot in the world of wine showcasing the power of nature and the fight for survival through nature and wine. The four brands feature historical artworks, which are engaging, unconventional and unapologetic.

“It’s not often I come across such a provocative brand that’s edgy and immediately striking, while also backed with exceptional quality and authenticity across an entire portfolio,” said David Biggar, co-founder and President of Vintage Point. “The growth rate in just five years has been remarkable and we look forward to building off that solid foundation to take Rabble Wine Company to the next level.”

Caine Thompson, President of Rabble Wine Company, added, “With Vintage Point on board, the possibilities of what we can do in collaboration with our wholesalers is endless. We will continue to push boundaries in true rebellious Rabble form, which will complement this enhanced sales effort.”

Rabble wines include single varietals with labels showcasing a selection of historical woodblock print renditions from the Nuremberg Chronicles from the 1400s. Tooth & Nail Wines are estate grown blends highlighting renditions of James Audubon’s art work from the early 1800s that provocatively shows nature’s battle to protect, defend and fight for survival. The small lot Stasis wines are from estate single vineyards featuring original engravings by John Boydell in 1786, depicting Romeo joining Juliet in eternity. Lastly, the Amor Fati wines, which translates to “the love of one’s fate” in Latin, showcase sketch renditions of William Blake’s 1793 work, “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” All estate grown and from highly acclaimed vineyards, these wines are sold on allocation.

About Rabble Wine Company:

Rabble Wine Company creates wines that truly over-deliver in the bottle while highlighting edgy and historical labels. The home of Rabble Wine Company is at their Tooth & Nail winery on the west side of Paso Robles, which is one of the most visited wineries in California, featuring a historic castle and modern French country interior. For more information on Rabble Wine Company visit www.Rabblewine.com, or check our Tooth and Nail Winery on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About Vintage Point:

Formed in March 2006, Vintage Point offers a full range of winery services and a national sales and marketing team that specializes in placing luxury wines in the optimal retail and restaurant outlets.  Vintage Point’s domestic and international clients include Educated Guess, Gary Farrell Winery, Mionetto USA, Rabble Wine Co, DeLille Cellars, Sbragia Family Vineyards, Cigar Box, Nine Hats, Goose Ridge Vineyards, Freelance Wines, Popcorn Cellars and Moone Tsai, among others. Vintage Point Partners David Biggar, President, and Tom Peterson, Co-Founder, emphasize that “Partners in Wine” signifies not only their own partnership, but the many partnerships they have formed with the luxury wine trade. For more information on Vintage Point visit www.vintagepoint.com.

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