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Napa Valley-Based Gamble Family Vineyards Opens in Canadian Markets


(June 5, 2020; Oakville, Calif.)—Gamble Family Vineyards, which specializes in producing sustainably farmed, estate-grown Bordeaux varieties in the Napa Valley, has launched new export partnerships with The Case for Wine in Ontario and DG Imports Ltd. in Alberta, marking the winery’s first market entrance into Canada.

“As we continue to grow, we are excited to forge new relationships with respected members of the beverage industry not only across the country but across the globe,” says owner and third generation Napa farmer, Tom Gamble. “The folks at The Case for Wine and DG Imports are leaders in their field and we are eager to be introducing our wines to these new markets.”

The Case for Wine has been importing quality artisanal wine in Ontario for over 20 years. Founded in 1998, The Case for Wine sells its products through an assortment of channels including LCBO Vintages, LCBO General Products, the Consignment channel and to private collectors.

Alberta-based DG Imports Ltd. is a boutique import agency owned by Sherry Cuku and Michelle Parker. The company specializes in importing bottles from high-quality, family-owned wineries from the US, Australia, and Europe. 

Gamble Family Vineyards’ Gamble Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc and Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon will be the first bottlings to be introduced to Canadian markets.

About Gamble Family Vineyards:
Founded by third-generation farmer Tom Gamble in 2005, Gamble Family Vineyards owns approximately 175 acres of prime estate vineyards from many of Napa’s most respected AVAs—Oakville, Mt. Veeder, Rutherford and Yountville. Its winery and by invitation-only tasting room have a quiet presence, sitting modestly in an isolated nook off Highway 29 in the heart of Napa Valley’s Oakville AVA. Set back from the main road, Gamble’s mission here is to carry on the heritage of farming that his ancestors sowed when they came to Napa as cattle ranchers in 1916. With a primary focus on Bordeaux varietals, including Sauvignon Blanc, all of Gamble Family Vineyards’ wines are produced in small quantities, with careful attention to farming. Winemaker Jim Close has been with Gamble Family Vineyards since its inception.

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