Famed Alsace winemaker has an impressive pedigree

Contact: Dan Glisky – [email protected] (248-417-9011)

Troy, Mich. – Kindred Vines Import Company announces the addition of Domaine Frey-Sohler to their already impressive book of French imports.  Domaine Frey-Sohler is located in Scherwiller France, in Alsace, an important wine producing region in eastern France.  Nestled in the slopes of the Vosage mountains, the wines embody both French and German varietals and styles.   The wines will be introduced to distribution partners throughout the United States in 2015, and will begin with introductions in Michigan through Woodberry Wine and Ohio through Grand Cru Wine Company, a division of Vintage Wine Distributors.“We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to represent such an important Alsace producer in the US market” stated Dan Glisky, CEO of Kindred Vines Import Co.  The wines are award winning, traditional in style, and we love championing them”.  Wine lovers appreciate the Alsace grape varieties because they reunite all the pleasures of the senses : fruit-driven aromas that identify each grape, including the unique taste of Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, and Pinot Noir.  Their flavors range from light and dry to opulent and rich.

Damien and Nicolas Sohler run the 29 hectare estate which has been in the family for several generations.  Damien Sohler, who is visiting the United States as part of the brand launch with Kindred Vines Import Company stated, “We are excited to be working with Kindred Vines Import Co and their distribution partners, who have a strong track record of success in growing and developing wine brands, and have a dedicated commitment to customer service.”

About Kindred Vines Import Co
Kindred Vines Import Company’s mission is to seek out, acquire and sell great wines to the US market by proactively building relationships with suppliers and distributors that share our core values.

For additional information or to schedule interviews: email [email protected] or call 248-417-9011.

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