Seattle, WA, April 01, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Chicago Artist Adu Jahmal announced today the launch of his new web site, www.wearwine.com.
Geared towards the emerging culture of wine enthusiasts, the site features popular wine spots, art, music, apparel, furniture, and current events in the world of wine. WearWine.com will also sell limited edition bottles of boutique wines from Washington, California, South Africa, and other wine regions around the world. A voice over module will educate visitors on the pronunciation of wine varietals.
A third generation artist from Chicago, Jahmal came into Washington's thriving wine industry three years ago. He involved himself in hip art shows, music, poetry readings, and also focused on post modern style wine label art.
Jahmal states, “If the American wine culture could speak the language of wine, it could open up new horizons, build confidence when ordering in restaurants and yes increase wine sales".
In the upcoming year, WearWine.com plans to host wine tasting events, fashion shows, and art and wine sales events.
"Washington and Oregon sit on the same latitude as France wine regions, however lacks the right attitude when it comes to culture, especially concerning the arts- you can't have one without the other” Jahmal states.
Today you can find WearWine products in the Northwest in places such as the Hedges Family Estate in Red Mountain, Sokol Blosser winery gift shop in Dundee, and boutiques in Washington and Oregon.