Delicato Family Vineyards of Napa has made a significant equity investment in Sonoma’s V2 Wine Group operated by Dan and Katy Leese, according to a Tuesday announcement, taking over the ownership portion from entrepreneur Pete Knight.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India Delicato, the seventh largest winery in the United States, has been on a tremendous growth spurt in recent years, increasing by 1 million cases last year to an overall total of 9.2 million, according to Wine Business Monthly.
Indian Cabernet Shiraz The investment gives Delicato a greater toehold into the wine market in which bottles are priced at $20 and more. V2 works with eight family wineries, including Healdsburg’s Dry Creek Vineyard and La Follette Wines, to better market and distribute their premium products nationally. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
NAPA, Calif., March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Delicato Family Vineyards (Delicato) and V2 Wine Group of Sonoma, California (V2) are proud to announce a strategic alliance effective today. Under the terms of the agreement Delicato is making a significant equity investment in V2 as part of Delicato's ongoing premiumization and growth strategy that began with the acquisition of Black Stallion Estate Winery in 2010 followed by the launch of Diora and Z. Alexander Brown wines. Delicato is the fastest growing Top Ten wine company as reported by The Nielsen Company* and was recognized by the organization at the 2016 Unified Wine Symposium as just one of two wine companies to achieve greater than 100K case volume growth while also achieving double digit growth across the entire portfolio. Delicato's growth has been led by the launch of ultra-premium Z. Alexander Brown which quickly became the #1 new wine brand of 2016** as well as the market leading performance of its Bota Box, Noble Vines and Gnarly Head brands.
Chenin Blanc India Scott Ericson, Senior Vice President and National Sales Manager, will continue to lead the sales organization representing the V2 portfolio which includes such well-known brands as Bouchaine Vineyards, Coeur Clémentine Wines, Dobbes Family Estates, Donati Family Vineyard, Dry Creek Vineyard, La Follette Wines, Lucinda & Millie Wines, Merryvale Family of Wines, Morandé, Quivira Vineyards, Starmont Winery, Steelhead Vineyards, Toad Hollow Vineyards, Torbreck Vintners, Vindicated Wines and Wine By Joe.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India About V2 Wine Group V2 is a wine producer and provides sales and marketing services to a limited group of family owned wineries. With a wine portfolio that includes Bouchaine Vineyards, Coeur Clémentine Wines, Dobbes Family Estates, Donati Family Vineyard, Dry Creek Vineyard, La Follette Wines, Lucinda & Millie Vineyards, Merryvale Family of Wines, Morandé, Quivira Vineyards, Starmont Winery, Steelhead Vineyards, Toad Hollow Vineyards, Torbreck Vintners, Vindicated Wines, and Wine By Joe, V2 is dedicated to building strong, family owned wine brands in the North American marketplace. The company was founded in 2010, by Dan and Katy Leese and entrepreneur Pete Kight. For more information, visit www.v2winegroup.com .
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We had the opportunity to spend some time at the winery (not to be confused with Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars just up the road – long story) at their invitation, and it’s a stunning place to experience. The winery and its main house, the Manor House, date back to 1892, when it was established by Horace Chase and his wife Minnie Mizner. In 1913 the property was purchased by Frances Grange, who turned it into a country retreat for well-to-do San Franciscans (wine was produced here during this time, but wasn’t a major part of the business). It wasn’t until Carl Doumani purchased the property in 1971 and started winemaking operations back up that it began to become known for its wines, and today the winery is turning out some spectacular bottles under the stewardship of winemaker Christophe Paubert. The best way to experience them? Book an appointment at the recently renovated Manor House.
Sauvignon Blanc India The Victorian-era stone Manor House boasts a spacious wraparound front porch and an interior that’s filled with period details including original fixtures, stained glass, and massive fireplace, a historic speakeasy with a pool table, and plenty of rich dark woods. It’s surrounded by lush gardens, one of California’s first in-ground swimming pools, a bocce court, fruit trees, and, of course, acres upon acres of vineyards. To say it’s a hidden Napa Valley gem would be an understatement.
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