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News Briefs for January 11, 2023

January 11, 2023

•Dreyfus Ashby & Co. has added Château Léoube from France’s Côtes de Provence to its import portfolio.

The winery sits on 92 hectares (70 of vines and 22 of olives) along the Cote de Azur and produces a variety of rosé, red, and white wines in a few different tiers: including Love by Léoube, Léoube, and Léoube’s Secret, among other wines. The wine brand joins Dreyfus Ashby & Co.’s wine portfolio alongside vintners like Maison Joseph Drouhin, Chateau Petrús, and Champagne Drappier, among others.

•Rampur Indian Single Malt is re-releasing its top label in the U.S. for a limited time. First launched in 2016, Rampur Select will be available beginning this month in key cities across the U.S. as part of a limited-edition 2022 production run committed solely to the U.S. market. Rampur Select is not bottled with an age statement but was matured in the foothills of the Himalayas in a location that sees extreme shifts in temperature throughout the year, accelerating the aging process. Made from 100% Indian barley and bottled at 43%, it will retail for $140 a 750-ml. Rampur is part of Radico Khaitan.

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