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Food Cheers: Amazon is now making its own wine

20:51  07 july  2017
20:51  07 july  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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The tech giant is partnering with the King Estate Winery based in Eugene, Ore., to develop its own wine label, called Next.

The wines will be part of King Vintners, a new division of the winery. They will offer a Pinot Gris, a red blend, and Pinot Noir. Bottles start at $20, or you can buy all three for $90.

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"We're launching NEXT on Amazon to re-establish the connection between winemaker and wine lover in today's 'digital village,'" said Ed King III, who co-founded the winery with his father in 1991.

King Estate says the Next label is the first wine "developed from conception to release with Amazon Wine."

Wine is the latest consumable market for Amazon. Last month, Amazon made a huge leap into the grocery business bidding for Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion

The move has sparked worries the tech giant is getting too big.

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