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Terlato Wines has lined up a long-term agreement to launch Maxville Lake wines in the US.

Terlato Wines specialises in wines over US$20

Terlato Wines specialises in wines over US$20

Maxville Lake, located in Napa's Chiles Valley, will roll out four wines through Terlato. The wines are a Cabernet Sauvignon,a  Petite Sirah, a Cabernet Franc and a Sauvignon Blanc. 

Suggested retail prices for the reds range from US$55-$66, while the Sauvignon Blanc carries an SRP of $33. 

"Terlato was the only company we wanted to partner with to launch our wines," said Maxville Lake CEO Anthony Hsu. "Terlato is known for their... portfolio, and we are excited to show the world what... Chiles Valley and Maxville Lake winery and vineyards have to offer."

Maxville Lake harvested its first vintage at the Chiles Valley site in 2014.

Terlato Wines has a global portfolio of around 80 brands from producers in 12 countries. The company specialises in marketing wines above $20 in the US.

Last year, Terlato announced plans to import wines from Campania-based Feudi San Gregorio into the US


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