Press Release — 09 September 2016

Hunterdon expands their Ready-To-Drink portfolio with Pampelonne sparkling wine cocktail

Whitehouse Station, NJ – July 25, 2016Pampelonne sparkling wine cocktails enter NJ! Following a groundswell in New York, Pampelonne is proud to be releasing their natural sparkling wine cocktails in New Jersey though Hunterdon Brewing company.

Entering it’s third season in the market, Pampelonne makes Rosé Lime and Red Sangria sparking wine cocktails in slim cans. By using excellent wines from France, natural ingredients and crisp sparkling water, Pampelonne cocktails appeal both palate and thirst any time of year.

Says co-founders Wyatt Carder and Erik Grossberg “we’re thrilled to be launching Pampelonne in New Jersey with Hunterdon Brewing. Hunterdon’s commitment to quality, independent beverage companies is a prefect fit for a brand like ours and we couldn’t be more excited.”

Now Available in New Jersey!

red sangria pamelonne

 

Red Sangria
A light, 120 calorie, effervescent alternative to traditional sangria; a custom blend of Grenache, Syrah and Merlot mixed with Kaffir lime, Valencia orange, and Mirabelle plum.

 

 

 

 

rose lime pamelonne

 

Rose Lime
A refreshing 110 calorie blend of 100% Loire Valley muscadat wine with all natural passion fruit, grapefruit and lime and sparkling

 

 

 

 

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About Hunterdon Brewing Company

Founded in 1996, Hunterdon has raised the bar for craft beverage availability and selection in New Jersey by providing the most diverse and sought-after portfolio the market has to offer. The company currently represents over seventy domestic craft beer and micro-distilled spirits brands, hundreds of imports and a unique line of sakes, ciders, wines, and meads. Acquired by the Sheehan Family Companies in 2005, Hunterdon maintains a focus on bringing quality products to the New Jersey consumer. To learn more about our prominent profile, please visit our website www.hunterdonbrewing.com.

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