Winemaker Travis Green began his career in North Georgia where he and his family built a small estate winery in the Appalachian mountains, planting the first vines in 2007. As the industry grew, Travis became intimately connected with Georgia winemaking, consulting with local vineyards to craft award-winning wines and helping to establish the area’s first American Viticultural Area. In 2017 Travis became winemaker at City Winery Atlanta, working with small lots of grapes from world-class vineyards in California, Oregon, Washington and Georgia to craft the first wines made in Atlanta since Prohibition. In 2020, Travis and his family moved to Fort Collins to help launchThe OBC Wine Project, combining his winemaking experience with his love of craft beer. Sourcing fruit from some of the best sites in the Pacific Northwest, Travis is excited to explore winemaking through the lens of Odell’s 30-year history of quality, innovation and creativity.
"...Also, it's always fun to be the first on the block to sample a new product from a trusted, supportive local brewer. And to hear the story behind the wines direct from the winemaker and master."
There has been a high increase in sales of canned wine over the past several years. This image is from the fall of 2019 inWine Economist. Learn more about canned wine and its popularity, particularly the newly released Odell wine, at ourVirtual Wine Fest,