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Aug 24, 2017,
Windsor
Laffort USA
Laffort USA opening a new retail store in Windsor!
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Windsor, CA

August 15, 2017
 


As a sign of our growing business Laffort USA is excited to make the availability of high quality oenological products more accessible to Sonoma County winemakers by opening a new retail store in Windsor.
 


Shaun Richardson, General Manager of Laffort USA says that he is very excited to offer greater speed and convenience to winemakers in and around the Windsor area, “The location is excellent for a majority of Sonoma County wineries, allowing them easy access to Laffort products. We appreciate all of our customers and continue to support them with new, innovative tools that they can now get the same day by stopping in the store.”
 


Details:


Location: 164 Johnson St, Windsor, 95492


Store hours, now open!  (8:00 am – 5:30pm M-F)


Phone #: 707.836.4490


 
Laffort is a fourth generation family owned business founded in 1895 with a history in research and discovery in enology dating back to Pasteur’s seminal works. The Laffort group is proud to dedicate one of the largest budgets among private enological companies to Research and Development in the wine industry. As a result of these efforts, Laffort holds many patents and regularly launches innovative products and processes for the wine industry. Laffort holds HACCP and ISO certifications and Laffort USA is the first winemaking product supplier in the U.S. to achieve Green Business Certification.


Contact Information
Name: Jason Pepper     Email: jason.pepper@LAFFORT.onmicrosoft.com
Phone: 707.836.4490

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