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Elevating the Wine Journey: A Merger That Matters



We have big news that promises to transform your wine-buying journey with us! Wine Affairs and Grapes and Greens have officially merged, ushering in a new era of possibilities and an enhanced level of service, wine distribution at its best.


Our merger brings together the best of both worlds—Wine Affairs' legacy of quality and Grapes and Greens' extensive network—to offer you a portfolio of wines that is both broader and more diverse. The expanded lineup will surely capture the palates of wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.


The merger not only adds to our portfolio but also fortifies our sales team. The dedicated representatives you've grown to trust are still here to guide you. Their expertise is now backed by the enhanced capabilities brought on by this partnership.


But the news doesn't stop there; our merger has also expanded our distribution reach. While we have been a staple in New York, we're now extending our services to New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, and California. This allows us to better meet your needs, wherever you are.


For leadership, Nello Tizzano, the revered owner of Wine Affairs, takes the helm as President, crafting a vision of what’s to come. Alongside him, John King brings his considerable industry expertise to the table, solidifying a leadership team committed to excellence and innovation.


As we move forward, our core mission remains: to offer the finest wines and provide unmatched service. We're thrilled about the new avenues this merger opens for us and, more importantly, for you, our valued customers. For more details, feel free to contact us at (914) 472-2671 or visit wineaffairs.com


Thank you for being part of our exciting journey thus far. Here's to many more shared moments and successes. Cheers!



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