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Ace Distributing Launches Infinite Monkey Theorem Canned Wine

John Maguire, Sales Representative, Ace Distributing with The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wines.

Ace Distributing of Plainville, Connecticut recently launched The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wine, which is produced in Denver, Colorado. The grapes are grown at an altitude of 4,500 feet in Colorado, predominantly sourced from the Western Slope region, picked and transported to a 15,000-square-foot urban winery in the River North Art District of Denver. The wines are available in white, red, rosé and moscato. The urban winery was named Infinite Monkey Theorem, which states that if a monkey hits keys at random on a keyboard for an “infinite amount of time” the monkey will type a “given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare.”

John Maguire, Sales Representative, Ace Distributing with The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wines.

John Maguire, Sales Representative, Ace Distributing with The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wines.

The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wines portfolio features a white, red, rosé and moscato wine. Each comes in a 4-pack of cans.

The Infinite Monkey Theorem canned wines portfolio features a white, red, rosé and moscato wine. Each comes in a 4-pack of cans.

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