Germantown, MD (PRWEB) June 30, 2012
SupplementsToWeightLoss LLC (DBA: PharmaCo Labs) and also Classe Wines LLC, a new and upcoming wine retailer, has today announced that they have signed a 5 years lease on a warehouse in Vienna, Virginia. The warehouse will be used to store premium wines that the company will be selling direct to consumers.
Drinking wine has long been seen as the purview of the upper middle and upper classes. With the advent of brands such as [yellowtail], cupcake, and various other low cost, high yield brands, wine has become more accessible to those that would not have normally been considered in the wine drinking population. Premium wines, such as grand crus, have, however, remained out of reach of all but the wealthiest of Americans.
With this new business, Georgiy Kharchenko, also owner of Pharmaco Labs which produces PhenObestin 37.5, an alternative to Phentermine and Adipex, will bring these outstanding, small production wines to the general population. By investing in the long term lease of a warehouse for storing wine, Classe Wines shows that they are in this business for the long term and are serious about sharing the great wines of the world with everyone.
With contacts throughout the wine world, Kharchenko has built up an impressive list of wines that will soon be available in retail, direct to consumers.
“I am proud to be able to share my wine knowledge with those that would otherwise not have the opportunity to get to know about these outstanding wines,” said Kharchenko, owner of Class Wines. “Much as with my other business, Pharmaco labs, where we produce alternatives to dangerous diet pills such as Phentermine and Adipex for the unsuspecting public, this new business will allow everyone to share in a slice of extraordinary wine,” Kharchenko continued.
While Classe Wines has yet to begin sending wine out to the public, with the investment in this wine warehouse, the company is well on its way to success in a tough business that has seen the influx of cheaper wine brands.
For more information, contact Georgiy Kharchenko at 800-935-6312.