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News Briefs for October 7, 2022

October 7, 2022

•Código 1530 is launching Estate Harvest Still Strength Blanco, a new limited edition Tequila. The spirit is distilled from agave plants grown on Código’s own land and fermented in French oak barrels before distillation and bottling at 45% abv. The Tequila is now available in select locations across the U.S. for a suggested price of $79 a bottle. Estate Harvest Still Strength Blanco joins Blanco, Rosa, Reposado, Añejo, and “Origen” Extra-Añejo, as well as two mezcal offerings, in Código’s portfolio.

•Constellation Brands has added a new limited-edition collection of wines to the Prisoner brand, with proceeds benefitting Rubicon Programs. The 3-pack of California wines retails for $225 and consists of a Viognier, a Malbec, and a Tempranillo, all with artwork by Chris Burnett. Rubicon Programs is a San Francisco-based non-profit that works in communities disproportionately affected by poverty and the inequities of the criminal justice system. The collection will be released annually by Constellation and the Prisoner.

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