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Domaine Ste. Michelle relaunched its sparkling wines with refined flavors, new packaging and a new name.
Inspired by the popular Hugo sparkling elderflower cocktail from northern Italy’s Alto Adige region, Mionetto USA’s Il Ugo made its debut in the United States.
During the 52 weeks ending Nov. 10, 2012, the sparkling wine category increased 4.6 percent in dollar sales, said Danny Brager, vice president of beverage and alcohol for Chicago-based market research firm Nielsen, in a Dec. 31 blog post.
Pernod Ricard USA merged its Absolut vodka with a Sauvignon Blanc sparkling wine from New Zealand to create Absolut Tune.
A popular ready-to-serve cocktail in Italy, Mionetto USA’s ‘IL’ Spr!z made its debut in the United States.
Mionetto USA will launch an ultra-premium sparkling rosé, Mionetto Cuvée Rosé 1887, in early 2012.
Premium Vintage Cellars, a subsidiary of ES/EX Corp., launched its blue-colored 2009 Blanc de Bleu brut sparkling wine in the United States.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, J Vineyards & Winery introduced a non-vintage Brut Rosé sparkling wine in a label-less bottle that simply shows a black letter “J” in a brushstroke font, showcasing the product inside.