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The Vineyard At Borgo Medioevale Seeks Retail Product Outlets

PRESS RELEASE
SWANSEA, SOUTH CAROLINA November 3, 2011 -- Since Muscadine grapes are native to the southeastern United States—and need year-round warm weather in order to grow—those in the northern United States may never even have experienced Muscadine-based products. Until now.

The Vineyard at Borgo Medioevale, which is based in South Carolina and just enjoyed its second successful harvest, is seeking to sell its products—including white cider, red cider and a blush cider—in boutique retail stores, particularly those in the northeast and other colder climates in which Muscadine cannot grow.

All three ciders are available at wholesale pricing. Contact Borgo Medioevale here for more information.

"As a resident of the northeast who operates a vineyard in South Carolina, I know how good Muscadine products are and what those who have never had Muscadine are missing," said Borgo Medioevale Founder, President and CEO Lucinda Cassamassino DiFalco. "I am so eager to bring Muscadine products to everyone who has never enjoyed their excellent taste and myriad health benefits."

The Vineyard at Borgo Medioevale was first planted in 2007 and just enjoyed its second successful harvest. Borgo Medioevale will distribute the vineyard's wine, cider and other Muscadine-based items nationwide with an emphasis on the Northeast, an area which has never before had an opportunity to enjoy these unique Muscadine products. At The Vineyard at Borgo Medioevale, additional vineyard acreage is scheduled to be planted and maintained in an eco-friendly way, to enhance local agriculture and create jobs while holding true to the company’s mission of fostering the harmonious co-existence of Man, Industry and Nature.

For further information about The Vineyard at Borgo Medioevale, please contact:
Lucinda Cassamassino DiFalco, M.A., Ph.D
Founder, President & CEO of Borgo Medioevale
(516) 581-8620
Lucinda@borgomedioevale.org