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New partnership for winery

A new sales agreement will see Township 7 Winery represented by Renaissance Wine Merchants in B.C., Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

The agreement was announced on Monday (July 8) and takes effect immediately.

“It is important for us to partner with industry professionals who have deep experience in the B.C. wine market,” said Mike Raffan, proprietor of Township 7 Vineyards & Winery.

Township 7 has two wineries, one on the Naramata Beach and the other in south Langley.

“I have incredible respect for the Renaissance sales team who have an outstanding track record, many of whom have been in the wine trade for over two decades.

“Since purchasing the winery seven years ago, we’ve made substantial improvements to the property and considerably grown the brand. They understand the character and potential of our winery and will be a tremendous asset as we take the company to the next level.”

“The quality of his wines and brand are a great fit with our company, our portfolio, and our people,” said Tim Wispinski, Renaissance Wine Merchants’ B.C. district manager.

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