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Merging Flavors and Expertise: The Union of Wine Affairs and Grapes and Greens



We are pleased to announce an auspicious development that marks a new chapter in the legacy of Wine Affairs—our merger with Grapes and Greens. This union is not just a melding of two companies; it's a fusion of synergies, values, and a shared vision for delivering an unparalleled wine experience.


What does this mean for our clientele? More than you might imagine. With Grapes and Greens' portfolio complementing our own, the range of wine choices we offer has multiplied significantly. We've always prided ourselves on providing a diverse selection of the highest quality, and this merger amplifies that commitment tenfold.


Sales are the heartbeat of our operation, and we're amping up the pulse. Our unified sales team is more robust than ever, ready to meet the unique needs of each client. And rest assured, all our sales reps are continuing with us as we transition into this promising phase, bringing their wealth of experience and expertise to the table.


New opportunities abound, not only in the range of products but also in the territories we cover. We've expanded our operational horizons to include New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, and California, building on our already strong presence in New York.


At the helm of this transformative journey are two industry veterans—Nello Tizzano and John King. Their leadership will guide us through this next chapter, fortified by a collective vision of service excellence and customer satisfaction.


In summary, this merger isn't just about growing bigger; it's about becoming better, in every way that matters to you. We invite you to be part of this exciting evolution. Contact us at (914) 472-2671 or delve into what's new at wineaffairs.com


Thank you for your trust and your business. Here's to a successful and mutually beneficial relationship ahead.


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