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Notable Wines Partners with hit Facebook Series #IMOMSOHARD for National "Mom's Night Out: Summer Break Tour"

SAN FRANCISCO, July 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Chardonnay shared with friends often leads to laughs, and this has never been truer than this summer when Notable Wines, a new duo of chardonnays, partners with the hilarious women behind the hit Facebook web series, #IMOMSOHARD, for their nationwide comedy tour. Notable Wines will join the show's co-creators, writers, and performers, Jen Smedley and Kristin Hensley, on their "Mom's Night Out: Summer Break Tour" as the moms bring their funny and frank act about modern motherhood to eight cities across the country, inviting fans to enjoy Notable chardonnays as they unite in laughter over the ups and downs of motherhood.

The hugely successful #IMOMSOHARD web-series, which has reached 1 million followers and over 100 million views in a single year, focuses on the friendship between real moms who cover the realities of motherhood with a comedic twist. Co-creators and co-stars Jen Smedley and Kristin Hensley explain, "#IMOMSOHARD was created out of our personal conversations, often over a glass of wine, laughing about the reality of being a mom. We're thrilled to bring Notable Wines on tour with us this summer, and hope our fans love the two chardonnays as much as we do. Just like there's no right way to be a mom, there's no right way to chardonnay, and we love that Notable shows off a dynamic duo of styles just like us."

Notable made its debut in spring 2017, with a duo of wines showcasing the versatility of America's favorite varietal, chardonnay. Notable is a unique proposition in the wine aisle, highlighting each wine's distinct flavor profile on the front label using musical notes as visual tasting cues to guide wine drinkers to their preferred bottle of chardonnay with ease. The 2016 Fruity & Crisp from Australia boasts notes of citrus, melon, peach, while the 2015 Oaky & Buttery from California displays flavors of butter, oak, vanilla.

"#IMOMSOHARD and Notable Wines are a natural pairing," according to Michelle Muhme, Marketing Manager for Notable Wines. "Notable celebrates the varying styles of chardonnay, while Kristin and Jen celebrate the various styles of being a mom – a challenging job we raise our glass of wine to! We're excited to help foster the outrageously funny and important conversations about motherhood the pair inspire at their #IMOMSOHARD shows and share Notable with wine lovers across the country."

Notable Wines will have a presence at shows in eight cities on the #IMOMSOHARD "Mom's Night Out: Summer Break Tour" including: The Southern Theatre in Columbus, OH (7/11); Akron Civic Theatre in Akron, OH (7/12); Bergen Performing Arts in Englewood, NJ (7/16); Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ (7/17); The Town Hall in New York City (7/19); Tobin Center in San Antonio, TX (7/27); and the Cullen Performance Hall in Houston, TX (7/30).

For more information about Notable Wines and to find a retailer near you, please visit www.notablewines.com. For more information about Jen, Kristin and #IMOMSOHARD, or to purchase tickets to the "Mom's Night Out: Summer Break Tour," please visit www.imomsohard.com

Please enjoy our wines responsibly.  © 2017 Notable Wine Co., Geyserville, CA

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