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Interview: Hahn Family Wines Looks At The Future

California’s Hahn Family Wines has reshaped its portfolio over the past few years, increasing focus on higher-end wines like its Hahn SLH ($25-$35), Smith & Hook ($25) and Lucienne ($50) brands to complement its quarter-million-case Hahn Winery tier ($15). With its $25-and-up portfolio flourishing, Hahn, which has been growing revenues at around 15% annually in recent years, is aiming to double in size over the medium term. SND’s editors recently met with chairman Philip Hahn, president Tony Baldini and general manager/director of winemaking Paul Clifton to discuss the road ahead. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 21, 2017

Hahn Family Wines Shows Growth At Luxury Tier

Monterey County-based Hahn Family Wines is seeing strong momentum for its luxury lineup. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 23, 2016

The Mark Wine Group Adds Charles Smith Wines To Portfolio, Targets 280,000 Cases

Austin, Texas-based wine sales and marketing firm The Mark Wine Group has unveiled a new partnership with Washington state’s Charles Smith Wines, and will begin representing the group’s Charles Smith Wines, ViNO, Wines of Substance, K Vintners, SIXTO and Casa Smith brands in on-premise national accounts this month. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 16, 2016

Upmarket Shift Paying Off For Monterey’s Hahn Family Wines

Hahn Family Wines’ recent premiumization push appears to be paying off. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 5, 2015

California’s Wine Hooligans Assembles Premium Stable Led By Cycles Gladiator

After forming new company Wine Hooligans, former BevMo and Purple Wine Co. executive Dennis Carroll is attacking at the premium-and-above tier with a growing portfolio of both new and familiar California brands.

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Posted in News on September 24, 2015

News Briefs for September 23, 2015

•Hahn Family Wines has unveiled a new look for its namesake Hahn range, retailing at the $15 a 750-ml. mark. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 23, 2015

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