Tag Archive: Shaw-Ross International
Shaw-Ross International has caught lightning in a bottle over the past few years with the runaway success of the Chateau d’Esclans rosé wines from Provence. Continue reading →Posted in News on February 6, 2018
•With the holiday season fast upon us, Johnnie Walker, Jameson, Teeling, Bowmore and others have new specialty whiskies hitting the market. Continue reading →Posted in News on December 4, 2017
After a two-decade partnership with the Mondavi family, Italy’s Frescobaldi is shaking up its U.S. route to market, splitting its portfolio and aligning with two new importers: Shaw-Ross International and Vintus Wines. Continue reading →Posted in News on August 30, 2017
•Baron Philippe de Rothschild S.A. has appointed Shaw Ross International as exclusive U.S. importer for its Mouton Cadet brand and Pays d’Oc varietals, effective immediately. Continue reading →Posted in News on August 8, 2017
While premiumization has long been elusive for the rum category, some of the market’s key players are renewing efforts to upscale their portfolios, taking a page out of whisk(e)y’s playbook. Continue reading →Posted in News on July 13, 2017
Florida-based Shaw-Ross International has caught fire in recent years as the importer of Chateau d’Esclans, whose Whispering Angel brand has spearheaded the Provence rosé boom in the U.S. market. But Shaw-Ross’s recent gains haven’t been limited to rosé. In fact, the company has a number of wine and spirits brands carving out solid growth, including Spanish wines Marques de Riscal (+22% to 172,000 cases last year) and Real Sangria (+4% to 611,000 cases), rums Ron Barcelo (+5% to 61,000 cases) and Pusser’s (+10% to 32,000 cases), and single malt Scotch Glengoyne (+13% to 9,000 cases). SND managing editor Daniel Marsteller recently spoke with Shaw-Ross managing director Bruce Hunter to get an update.