Korbel pops the cork on its new website

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    KORBEL POPS THE CORK ON ITS NEW WEBSITE

    GUERNEVILLE (RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY), CA, July 31, 2009 – Korbel California Champagne has popped the cork on a brand new website that captures the sparkle of America’s favorite méthode champenoise champagne. Fresh and fun, the enhanced website (www.korbel.com) shows the many ways wine lovers can toast life with Korbel.

    The new Korbel California Champagne website incorporates a range of recent computer and web advances with eye-catching visuals and effortless navigation. Integrated videos celebrate the effervescence of Korbel champagne and offer a spectacular introduction to Korbel’s beautiful cellars in the heart of Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley. Buttons access highlights of Korbel’s 127-year champagne making history as well as its current “Featured Champagne” and “Featured Cocktail.” Cursor-activated drop-down menus take users to a full range of content, including a guide to Korbel’sméthode champenoise California champagnes, details on recent awards, tips on champagne buying, serving and toasts, information on visiting Korbel Champagne Cellars, a calendar of upcoming winery events, and how to become a Korbel VIP. Beautiful wine country images complement the website’s elegant interface and uncluttered design. The web address for Korbel California Champagne is www.korbel.com.

    Established in 1882, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces the United States’ most popular méthode champenoise champagne. Owned and managed by the Heck family since 1954, Korbel currently makes eight champagnes and a limited amount of still wine. In a separate facility, Korbel also produces one of the country’s most respected brandies.

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