Sonoma, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2008
Kris Moe Wines is teeing off two new wines with the 19th Hole label. For golfers who love wine these Sonoma wines can purchased online and packaged for the holidays as gifts with Sonoma gourmet products, golf lessons or golf balls in a gift basket.
"We rolled out our wines in 2008 and wanted to get them directly to golfers at golf clubs or towns known to be a golf destinations like Monterey, Palm Springs and San Diego. We're in some of the top country clubs in the San Francisco bay area and Pebble Beach. We're now establishing wider distribution into other states like Arizona, Nevada and Florida. We'd like to be a 5,000 case winery by 2012."
Why 19th Hole as the name of the label? Says Moe the founder of the winery and a professional golfer, "the wine business is really competitive I thought with a golf themed label we might get the attention of some golfers who enjoy wine. It took about three years to come up with the name and label design. The 19th hole has a special place in golfer's hearts, even a spirit or emotion that comes with being in that place with friends. It's familiar, safe and comfortable. I wanted that sense associated with our brand. We've got a saying, Real Golfers 19th Hole."
The 19th Hole Wine Club is a unique wine club not because it offers members the standard preferred pricing but since members are invited to special wine club member events like the Pebble Beach Pro-Am or the golf-wine events held during every major golf championship (Masters, US Open, British Open and PGA). Some are even over night packages with golf, wine and dining.
Kris Moe's "day job" is a PGA golfer and owner of golf schools. Kris Moe played the big tour in the mid 1980's in over thirty countries including the American PGA tour and the European tour. His golf schools are in San Francisco, Napa and Hawaii. Golf magazine just ranked his golf schools in the top 25 in America. "Being in the wine business is a pleasure and to share our wine with people who enjoy wine is a real thrill."
For more information contact Kris Moe at 707-529-6458.