Oliver Winery's Top-Selling Peach Pie Wine Returns Just in Time for Summer
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (April 20, 2020) — Oliver Winery & Vineyards, one of the 40 largest wineries in the country, is bringing back its fan-favorite, summer seasonal Peach Pie wine—available online and in major retail stores while supplies last.
A bright, fruity white wine made with summer in mind, Oliver’s Peach Pie is the latest in a series of seasonal dessert-inspired wines, with a hint of buttery crust and a touch of vanilla cream ‘a la mode’ on the finish. The wine’s crisp, clean apple base allows the bright peach flavors to shine. This sweet, juicy, and perfectly ripe wine is best served chilled.
“As a top-seller in the sweet wine market, we continue to innovate and produce approachable, fruit-forward wines that appeal to audiences across the country,” said Dennis Dunham, VP of Operations and Director of Winemaking. “Our goal at Oliver for every wine is to capture the delicious flavors of high-quality fruit, and Peach Pie does just that.”
In its second year of production, Peach Pie follows the national success of Blueberry Moscato, which after only a year of being in stores is now a top 15 Moscato in the U.S., and award-winning Cherry Moscato, which has been a top-selling wine in Indiana since its release in 2016.
Retailing at $10 a bottle, Peach Pie is 8.3% ABV, available for a limited time at stores in Indiana, Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. This seasonal wine is also available online at oliverwinery.com.
About Oliver Winery & Vineyards
Founded in 1972, Oliver Winery is the now among the country’s 40 largest wineries, according to Wine Business Monthly, having sold more than 550,000 case of wine in 2019. With its accelerated growth, the Indiana-based winery was recently named to Shanken’s Market Watch “2020 Impact HOT Brand Awards.” Ranked by Travel + Leisure among the top 25 wineries to visit in the U.S., Oliver continues to stay true to its roots “doing things differently” with forward-thinking wines and in its operations as the only 100% employee-owned winery in the country. Visit oliverwinery.com for more information.