Wine columnist Lettie Teague returned to the North Fork of Long Island expecting to find a proliferation of wineries and new talent. Instead, she found a community in conflict.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 01, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
BRETT DAVID KEHL
265 JASMINE LANE
SOUTHOLD, NEW YORK, 11971
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - NORTH FORK WINES & SPIRITS LLC
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- Thumbs Up But Pinkies Down-New Underwood Canned Wine Campaign
Tuesday Aug 29, 2017
Union Wine Company and creative agency Swift are promoting the Oregon-based wine maker's Underwood line of canned wines by capitalizing on the brand's most recognizable asset: its iconic blocklogo.
The new "Inside Every Can" campaign supports established offerings such as Pinot Noir and Rosé with “scenes within scenes” creative imagery. The ads show the canssilhouetted against a backdrop such as a pool and a riverbank. The nine-letter Underwood mark is replaced by a word or phrase that is designed to capture the brand’s “Pinkies Down”mantra and the spirit of summer through messages “Oh Hell Yes,” “The Reward,” and “Happy Hour.”
Another ad for the limited-edition Riesling Radler winecooler transforms the Underwood mark into the phrase “Summer Win.”
The campaign will appear on Union Wine’s website and social channels, including Instagram and Facebook.
Union Wine Company first introduced the Oregon-grown Underwood canned wines in 2014.
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The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.