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Fäsi Estate Winery Announces Merger with Buoyant Winery

Updated: Apr 17

Fäsi Estate Winery Announces Merger with Buoyant Winery

Fäsi Estate Winery, located in Friant, California, has announced that it has merged with Buoyant Winery. Established in 2017 by winemaker, Ken Post, Buoyant Winery is a Fresno bonded winery that produces wines with fruit sourced from the Santa Lucia Highlands. Post pursued his love for wine with the launch of Buoyant Winery after years of experience at respected wineries like Oak Hollow and CRŪ . Buoyant Winery stems from a simple idea; to produce wines to the highest expectations, using only the best fruit. “Fäsi Estate Winery encompasses all of the things that Buoyant Winery values” said Ken Post, Winemaker & Director of Operations at Fäsi Estate Winery. “After working with Fäsi Estate for some time now, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to combine the two wineries, with similar beliefs, to offer an even larger selection of great wines that are produced right here in the Central Valley.” Buoyant just received a Double Gold Metal, earning a 98-point rating for their 2018 Syrah in San Francisco International Wine Competition. Post is the current winemaker at Fäsi Estate Winery and will continue that role as well as overseeing the day to day operations. “At Fäsi Estate, we are committed to producing high-quality wines that are a representation of what the Central Valley has to offer the wine industry, said Ralph Fäsi, CEO and Founder of Fäsi Estate Winery. “With this partnership, I am confident, more than ever, that we’ll continue to offer our customers great wines that are a mix of quality, value and price.” Moving forward, Fäsi Estate Winery will be providing customers with wines produced in the Central Valley, Argentina and the Central Coast.

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