KENTUCKY’S ONLY URBAN WINERY DOUBLING PRODUCTION CAPACITY ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2015

February 18, 2015

LOUISVILLE, KY, February 13, 2015: To keep up with an ever thirsty bourbon and
wine market, Old 502 Winery is adding 18,000 gallons in new tanks on Monday
February 16, 2015, effectively doubling their production capacity. Increased
production capacity will allow Old 502 to produce even more of the finest quality
bourbon barrel-aged and other wines in the nation. ‘Bourbon Barrel Red’ is a best
seller for hundreds of regional retailers and the new tanks position Old 502 to
catapult their unique product to a wider regional and national audience.
On Monday February 16, 2015 a sizeable crew will receive the brand new tanks
shipped directly from California. Winemaker Logan Leet has waited patiently for
nearly a year to obtain these particular tanks and is ecstatic to put them to use right
away. Fruit from Kentucky, Indiana and across the nation is carefully transported to
the 35,000 sq. ft. facility located on the western edge of downtown Louisville.
Doubled capacity will afford Old 502 the ability to finely tune and craft more of the
most innovative and intriguing wines the region has to offer.
Old 502 Winery handcrafts wines in the heart of Bourbon Country, presently
producing eight vibrant and unique labels. Old 502 makes choice wines for both
seasoned consumers and novices alike. Bottles are available for purchase at over
350 area locations including their Tasting Room & Gift Shop located at 120 S. 10th
Street, just around the corner from Museum Row in Louisville. Old 502 is open to
the public for tours, wine tastings, and more at their downtown winery- where the
urban winery is not an urban myth.
If you would like more information about Old 502 Winery, retail or wholesale, or to
schedule an interview with Winemaker Logan Leet, please call Eric Gurevich at
502.552.4020 or email eric@old502.com

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