The Patrón Spirits Co. released a line of higher-proof Roca Patrón tequilas produced using the rare tahona process, which uses a 2-ton stone wheel hand-carved from volcanic rock (roca) to slowly crush the cooked agave to break the bonds of fiber and release the agave juice, the company explains.
Washington winery asks consumers to join winemaking process
August 4, 2014
Paterson, Wash.-based Columbia Crest is turning to the Internet and consumers for its newest release. The Washington state winery will help the online community of wine lovers to create Crowdsourced Cabernet Sauvignon.
Consumers are drinking less but better, Beverage Information & Insights Group reports
July 28, 2014
As the economy continues to expand, premium and super-premium distilled spirits are coming back stronger than ever, according to the Beverage Information & Insights Group’s “2014 Liquor Handbook.” The Norwalk, Conn.-based company reports that this premiumization trend means that consumers are drinking less but drinking “better,” which resulted in slower case sales growth of 2.2 percent, reaching 210 million 9-liter cases in 2013.