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Argentine Wines Enjoy Strong Presence On Impact’s Latest “Hot Prospects” List

After declining slightly in 2012, Argentine wines enjoyed a healthy rebound in the U.S. market last year, with bottled shipments up 5% to 6.1 million cases, according to Impact Databank. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 25, 2014

Deutsch Says Josh Cellars Will Hit Half-Million Cases In 2014

Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits has added a new red blend to its thriving Josh Cellars brand, and is eyeing other opportunities across the burgeoning red blend category. Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 16, 2014

Exclusive: Deutsch, Nantz Tap New Winemaker To Take “The Calling” To Next Level

The Calling, a joint venture between Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits CEO Peter Deutsch and CBS Sports commentator Jim Nantz, has appointed Dan Goldfield as consulting winemaker on its high-end Sonoma County wine brand. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 28, 2014

Impact Seminar Snapshot: Shapira, Wagner And Deutsch On The Family Approach To Brand-Building

While much of last week’s Impact Marketing Seminar put the spotlight on digital trends, social media and the Millennial demographic, independent players Heaven Hill Distilleries, Caymus Vineyards and Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits were on hand to discuss the advantages and challenges of being a family-held drinks business. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 27, 2014

News Briefs for January 21, 2014

Proximo Spirits has introduced a new whiskey brand—Tincup American Whiskey—into select U.S. markets. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 21, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Deutsch, Precept Partner On New Restaurant-Focused Washington Wine Brand

Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits is poised to enter the Washington wine category, partnering with Pacific Northwest producer Precept Wine on a new on-premise focused brand, Shanken News Daily has learned. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 17, 2013

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