When it comes to making wine, the professionals at Zoll Cellars know it takes the best of the best ingredients, people and processes to produce a great bottle. This winery, based in Shrewsbury, MA, introduced its first bottle to the market in late 2010 and has since been making headlines as a wine connoisseur-friendly hot spot with tastings, tours and sales directly to the public.
Their intense passion for the best as well as a desire to connect with wine lovers everywhere has placed them in a recent edition of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and made them a customer of That’s Great News.
Zoll Cellars: In the News
With a desire to attract new customers to its winery by offering something fresh and new, Zoll Cellars recently added a new offering to its menu of experiences – wine making. That’s right. For a fee of $2,000, friends, family, coworkers, and more can come together to create a batch of their own wine, with a final total of 200 bottles. That’s only $10 per bottle.
In the article, Frank Zoll is quoted as saying: “”Some people like to be involved in every step along the way,” he said, adding that while most groups choose to simply participate in the first step of crushing the fruit (which is provided), it would be the customers’ prerogative to stop in during the months that follow to taste, comment on the wine and tweak the recipe.
At the end of the experience, which lasts several months, the group can gather to bottle and label their batch, or they can rely on Mr. Zoll to get the job done. “I don’t know anybody that is doing that for that price,” he said. “Usually you would pay more than double what I am charging.””
A Perfect Pairing
Wanting to preserve its newspaper article feature, Zoll Cellars came to That’s Great News. With a large array of customization options available, these preservation experts knew they would receive quality treatment of their article in a package designed to match the winery’s personality and brand.
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