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Brown-Forman Corp.’s el Jimador brand, the official tequila sponsor of the U.S. National Soccer Team and the annual U.S. Tour of the Mexican National Team, donned team colors for its special-edition FIFA World Cup tournament bottles.
Brown-Forman Corp.’s Woodford Reserve brand released its 2014 Kentucky Derby commemorative bottle.
Woodford Reserve, a brand of Louisville, Ky.-based Brown-Forman Corp. and the “Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby,” is honoring this year’s Run for the Roses with the release of its limited-edition 2014 Kentucky Derby commemorative bottle.
Brown-Forman Corp., Louisville, Ky., reported financial results for the second quarter and first half of its fiscal-year 2014, which ended Oct. 31. In the second quarter, the company’s reported net sales grew by 6 percent to nearly $1.1 billion and reported operating income grew 19 percent to $311 million compared with the prior-year period. For the first six months of the year, reported net sales increased 4 percent and reported operating income increased 9 percent.
For the first time in more than a decade, Brown-Forman Corp. introduced a new brandy under its Korbel brand.
Brown-Forman Corp., Louisville, Ky., announced that it will establish a new head office for its European operations in Amsterdam, effective Jan. 1, 2014.
Based off of Brown-Forman Corp.’s Canadian Mist brand, new Mist Flavors launched in 14 markets in the United States.
Brown-Forman Corp., Louisville, Ky., announced its intention to expand the Woodford Reserve Distillery to meet the anticipated growing global demand for its super-premium Woodford Reserve Kentucky bourbon. The more than $35 million investment includes the addition of three new warehouses capable of housing more than 165,000 barrels of bourbon.
Woodford Reserve, the “Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby,” is honoring the annual horse race with the release of its 2013 commemorative bottle. A product of the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Versailles, Ky., this year’s limited-edition Kentucky Derby 139 bottle features the artwork of Oregon-based painter Eric Bowman.