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Vintage 99 expands in Northern California

November 21, 2013

Vintage 99 Label Mfg., Inc., has announced the company’s expansion to Sonoma County, CA, USA. After successfully servicing the California wine region and beyond for 14 years from its Livermore plant, Vintage 99 Label has revealed the details about its second location. Fittingly labeled as V99 North, Vintage 99’s second plant is in Santa Rosa, CA, the epicenter of Northern California’s wine industry.

Wine label industry veteran Gary Cane will be the director of the Northern California operations of  V99 North. “With the wine industry’s continuous growth in Sonoma and Mendocino counties, not to mention the well-established vineyards and wineries of the Napa Valley, Vintage 99 Label feels the need to offer clients the option for a more localized service in Northern California,” says Cane, who has been in the industry for over 30 years and is a local himself as a resident of Windsor.

V99 North is a full service operation offering high quality print capabilities such as waterless offset, inline foil and emboss, deboss, and selective varnishing. The company has plans to expand its capacity in Northern California, with additional print capabilities to be added in the near future.

Vintage 99 Label Mfg., Inc. opened in 1999 in Livermore, CA, primarily to service the wine industry’s label needs. Over the years Vintage 99 has established itself as a premium wine label producer, offering quick lead-times while maintaining high quality printing and customer service. Kathleen Gonzales, Vintage 99’s president, states, “We’ve been contemplating another location for several years but the state of the economy prohibited us. With the acquisition of a few key new hires, Gary Cane first and foremost, we are positioning ourselves to service the wine industry better than ever.” She goes on to say, “Vintage 99 has been committed to the wine industry for more than 14 years and nothing demonstrates our commitment better than the opening of our new plant in the heart of the wine area where most of our clientele is based.”
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