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Wine Spectator: Cava Bubbles Up

American consumers have a thirst for bubbly. Continue reading →

Posted in News on July 5, 2022

Impact Databank: Spanish Sparklers Bubble Up In The U.S.

After higher tariffs disrupted shipments from Spain and other European nations in 2020, U.S. imports of Cava wine rose by 40% last year, reaching a new all-time high of 1.98 million cases, according to the Consejo Regulador del Cava. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 6, 2022

Interview, Part 2: James Slack, SVP, Wine, Champagne, And Prestige At Pernod Ricard USA

In the second part of our interview, Pernod Ricard USA’s James Slack discusses upcoming plans for fast-growing Spanish import Campo Viejo, as well as efforts to accelerate the performance of Jacob’s Creek and the company’s Sonoma winery, Kenwood Vineyards. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 16, 2020

Report: Pernod Considers Offloading $500 Million Wine Unit

Pernod Ricard is reportedly eyeing a potential sale of its wine division, whose brands include Jacob’s Creek and Campo Viejo. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 14, 2019

Cune Blazes A Trail For Rioja In The U.S.

In 2013, Cune Rioja Imperial Gran Reserva 2004 was named Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year, pointing the way forward for a storied Spanish wine region trying to honor its historical legacy while appealing to a new generation of American consumers. These days, the Cune brand is on fire in the U.S. market, having roughly quadrupled in size since 2012. That year, Cune shipped about 13,000 cases to the U.S. annually. By the end of 2016, company CEO Victor Urrutia tells SND, it reached 50,000 cases, bolstered by a portfolio ranging from accessible premium wines to upscale prestige offerings.

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Posted in News on January 17, 2017

Interview, Part Two: Pernod Ricard CEO Alex Ricard

In Part Two of Impact’s exclusive interview with Alex Ricard, Pernod Ricard’s new CEO discusses his plans to revitalize Absolut and Chivas Regal in the U.S. market, and touches on the company’s flurry of activity in its wine business. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 27, 2015