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Nocking Point, the Official Wine of Sports, Celebrates Cleveland Cavaliers Collaboration

We are sports fans, always have been. And obviously, we love wine. In fact, more often than not, we are enjoying both at the same time. So, we thought we better bring them together, officially. Yes, we are the official wine of sports, and we are proud to show you a little about what that means.

As the “Official Wine of the Cleveland Cavaliers,” we are launching a special Cavaliers Curated Wine Club ahead of the upcoming 2020-21 season. The Wine Club will send subscribers a special co-branded box in the mail that includes a variety of unique and exclusive Nocking Point wines that feature the works of Cleveland artists emblazoned on the labels. The wine will also be packaged alongside a mix of various pieces of special Cavaliers merchandise. On top of that, part of the proceeds from each purchase will benefit the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to help fight hunger in Northeast Ohio.

The Cavaliers are the first team to be a part of our upcoming Sports Collection, which will include a must-have bottle for tip-off, puck-drop, kickoff, and first pitch: Gametime Wine. More on that soon…

If you’re a Cavs fan, you probably noticed that we were the presenting partner of Cavs social and digital content coming out of the team’s mini bubble in Cleveland earlier this month. In the future, we will be doing an “Uncorked” segment with Cavs Legends along with some other cool stuff. And, you may just see that Nocking Point logo courtside, too. For those lucky enough to be in Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse for a game, come taste some Nocking Point wines in the branded area on the street level concourse.

More to come from the official wine of sports. Until then…

Go Cavs!

Read the official Press Release HERE

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