Terlato Wines and Jack Nicklaus to Release Jack's House Wines

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Terlato Wines announced the launch of Jack's House - two new wines created in partnership with Jack Nicklaus and underscored by a mission to give back. Ten percent of each bottle of Jack's House Wine sold will benefit the new Jack's House Foundation, a non-profit organization inspired by Jack Nicklaus' own philanthropic spirit.

"I'm proud of our newest partnership with Jack Nicklaus to support education and healthcare causes across the country," said William A. Terlato, CEO of Terlato Wines. "Jack and Barbara Nicklaus are among the most generous people I know, leveraging his accomplishments in life and in golf to help others. And the timing is right, too, as Millennials' preference for wine continues to grow, and they love to support brands that give back."

Terlato will introduce two new Jack's House Wines: a 2014 Chardonnay and a 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon from some of California's best wine-growing regions. The Chardonnay offers fresh stone fruit and green apple flavors with a clean, crisp finish. The Cabernet displays rich, dark plum fruit, underscored by dark chocolate and subtle coffee notes with a lingering finish. Each will have a suggested retail price of $15.99.

"When Barbara and I started the Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation in 2004, we wanted to help provide world-class medical care to those who need it," Jack Nicklaus said. "This newest partnership with Terlato Wines helps us expand that vision, reaching even more people, with great wines for a great cause. I'm proud to work with Terlato on these wines."

Jack's House Wines will be available in July at grocery and fine wine / liquor retailers nationwide. 


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