Thursday, May 20, 2010

News from Distinguished Wines

Distinguished Wines, the emerging specialty wine division of Paulaner HP USA, is enjoying colorful summer support from its primary Italian Vineyard, Vigna Dogarina. Five young Italian women, each from the Veneto Region of Italy, and all with vineyard, wine, and sommelier credentials, will be supporting Republic-National Distributing Company [“RNDC”] and Distinguished Wines summer sales of Vigna Dogarina, Cavallina, and Noce wines in Colorado.

Distinguished Wines, with its predominately male sales team, have aptly nicknamed their Italian summer support, “The Vinterns.” Distinguished Wines’ Managing Director, Keith Camisa, questioned, “Can you think of better representation for the quality and virtues of Italian wines than the Vinterns?” Wine enthusiasts; keep your eyes peeled for the “Vinterns” and Vigna Dogarina in Denver’s more upscale restaurants and bars.

Vigna Dogarina Vineyard is owned by the Tonus family and is located 20 miles northeast of Venice. With more than 50 percent of its production dedicated to the fine Italian sparkling wine, Vigna Dogarina offers connoisseurs the most prestigious Prosecco on the market.

Cavallina, produced in the heart of historic Tuscany, is home to award-winning Chianti and full-bodied Brunello di Monalcino. Cavallina Chianti Classico scored an impressive 90 at the World Wine Championships in Chicago, while its Brunello is considered one of the classic big wines in all of Italy.

Paulaner HP USA, purveyor of the world’s finest beers, is headquartered in Littleton, Colo., and imports Paulaner, Hacker-Pschorr, Fuller’s, O’Hara’s Irish Stout, Fruli, Birra Dolomiti and Dixie beers and Vigna Dogarina, Cavallina, Noce, and Poontinger wines. Soon to be introduced will be Fuchen Herbal Liquor, PUSA first entry into the USA spirits market. These fine wine, specialty beers, and superb spirits are available throughout the United States at upscale, on-premise establishments. For more information about Paulaner HP USA visit

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