New Zealand winery Invivo Wines announced that it now imports three of its wines to select markets of the United States: Invivo Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Invivo Central Otago Pinot Noir and Graham Norton’s Special Edition Sauvignon Blanc.
Celebrating the seven phases of the moon, 7 Moons Wine Co. introduced a 7 Moons Red Blend, which features seven grape varietals sourced from vineyards along California’s Central Coast and Lodi regions.
I’m a big fan of movies and eagerly anticipate two events: the Academy Awards and Turner Classic Movies’ (TCM) annual 31 Days of Oscar, which took place on Feb. 26, and Feb. 1 through March 3, respectively. This year, several beverage brands took center stage at Hollywood’s biggest night.
Winner gets an exclusive, educational weekend in Sonoma County
March 28, 2017
Healdsburg, Calif.-based Rodney Strong Vineyards announced that beginning April 3, wine fans from across the United States will have the opportunity to enter an online sweepstakes for the chance to be one of three Rodney Strong Vineyards Master Blenders. The randomly chosen winners and their guests will win an exclusive, educational weekend trip to Sonoma County, the company says.
Capping several years of steady, modest growth for both domestic and import wines, the wine market in the United States continues to grow, experts note. Fueled by consumers’ interest in fine wine and increased product launches, the market has grown “at mid-single-digit rates on dollars [and] smaller single-digit rates on volume as consumers continue to trade up to more expensive wines,” says Danny Brager, senior vice president of beverage alcohol for New York-based Nielsen. “Sparkling wines in particular continue to grow dynamically at double-digit rates.”