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veselbev, started in 2006 by George Vesel and Kathy Pelz, is a beverage brokerage based in the Kansas City area, covering the six central states area. Representing wines, spirits, non-alcoholic mixes and accessories, veselbev works with the distributors, retailers and restaurants in our market area.

veselbev works the street with distributor sales people and management, supplier representatives as well as independently, and conducts events reaching out directly to consumers in order to optimize our brands’ exposure to the marketplace.

veselbev has successfully introduced our brands into our coverage area and continues to effectively market and merchandise them on an on-going basis.
G'vine in Money Magazine PDF Print E-mail

One of our Brands, G'Vine Nouaison has been featured in the December issue of Money Magazine!! The Nouaison was included in their Holiday Gift Guide as a Great Value. MoneyMagazine offers sophisticated coverage in every aspect of personal finance for individuals, business executives and personal investors, with a monthly circulation of 1,956,109. Download the article.



Kansas City's Finest PDF Print E-mail
Yeah-we might not be Napa Valley and the closest thing to vineyards we've got is Hermann, Missouri...but one things for sure, there are a bunch of great places to taste vino in Cowtown. From chic wine boutiques and posh night time spots to a state-of-the-art Italian wine serving system at Lukas Liquors,
Wineries Embrace Green Business Practices but Hesitate Telling Customers PDF Print E-mail
Being Green

DAVIS, Calif. -- The wine industry is pursuing alternative fuels, sustainable packaging and green building at a time when high gas prices and other factors are having a negative impact on their costs and profits.

Professor Robert Smiley, a professor and director of wine studies at the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Davis, surveyed 28 winery executives and 73 vineyard and winery representatives from around the state to gauge winemaker business practices and market conditions.

Although all executives are engaged in green activities, many expressed caution in publicizing their efforts.