In honor of the franchise’s five Super Bowl titles, and as part of the NFL’s 100 Years of Football celebration, the San Francisco 49ers today announced a partnership with Mano’s Wine to sell limited edition commemorative wine bottles. With the 2019 season also marking the team’s 20th, 25th and 30th anniversaries of the ’94, ’89 and ’84 Super Bowls, the limited-edition Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon and Monterey Merlot bottles are now available on Manos.com and at select grocery stores across the Bay Area.
Each official bottle of wine is modeled after the theme of each Super Bowl’s branding to provide the Faithful with one-of-a-kind collectibles.
“As we observe 100 years of the NFL this season, the 49ers are excited to partner with Mano’s Wine to celebrate our five Super Bowl titles in conjunction with some of their respective anniversaries,” said Chief Revenue Officer Brent Schoeb. “With the addition of Mano’s Wine to our partnership family, members of the Faithful will have a new and unique way to commemorate some of our most celebrated moments in franchise history.”
In addition to the five commemorative bottles, Mano’s Wine will also release limited-edition sparkling wine, underscoring the franchise’s 5 Super Bowl Championships.
Mano’s Wine features an esteemed collection of wine makers who carefully select grapes from the best vineyards around the world. Everything is shipped to Mano’s national headquarters, where they blend, age, finish and handcraft each bottle. This process allows the winery to locate premium ingredients from the best climate and growing conditions, ensuring the highest quality wines year after year.
“We are extremely excited to work with such a great organization,” said Kyle Rensenhouse, Mano’s Wine owner, “The San Francisco 49ers are one of the most historic franchises in the NFL, and being in the heart of wine country, this wine collection is perfect for commemorating the team’s past Championships.”
For more information on the organization’s commemorative wine and sparkling wine bottles, please visit www.ManosWine.com.