News Briefs for June 22, 2020June 22, 2020
•Wild Turkey Rare Breed Rye, Glenmorangie Grand Vintage Malt and new entries from Walsh Whiskey and MGP are among the offerings featured in Whisky Advocate’s latest whiskey roundup. The magazine’s website has all the details.
•Carriage House Imports is launching new canned formats for its Verdi and Sparkletini by Verdi brands. Rolling out in select U.S. markets this summer, the 250-ml. cans are sold in four-packs retailing at $8 and are targeted at both sparkling wine and RTD consumers. The varieties on offer include Verdi Spumante, Raspberry Sparkletini, Watermelon Sparkletini.
•Dayton, Oregon-based Stoller Family Estate has announced the debut of its Stoller Experience Center. Opening to the public on July 17, the new, 8,000-square-foot center offers interactive tasting tables and augmented reality experiences, among other high-tech features. The new facility also has an outdoor patio, two private conference rooms, and a more traditional tasting room for those not looking to engage with new technology. The Stoller Experience Center is open by reservation only, with wine flights available for $20. Stoller Family Estate is owned by Stoller Wine Group, which also owns the Chehalem Winery, History, and Canned Oregon brands.Subscribe to Shanken News Daily’s Email Newsletter, delivered to your inbox each morning.