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News Briefs for August 2, 2022

August 2, 2022

•Vineyard Brands has added the first Austrian winery to its U.S. import portfolio, Weingut Ingrid Groiss. Located in the Weinviertel, a northern zone within Austria’s Niederösterreich, Ingrid Groiss oversees 20 hectares (49.4 acres) of organic vineyards. Ingrid Groiss produces traditional, minimal-intervention white wines from indigenous Austrian varieties: Gruner Veltliner, Riesling, and Gemischter Satz (a traditional field blend), with U.S. retail prices ranging from $20 to $49 a bottle.

•After three years off U.S. shelves, Guatemalan rum Botran has returned, sporting new packaging and sustainability certifications. The line consists of five rums, all aged in a solera system, with the blends consisting of rums aged between five and 18 years, depending on the release, and prices ranging from $20 to $45. Botran’s line is now available in Florida, California, Texas, Arizona, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania through Mexcor International Wine and Spirits.

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