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News Briefs for August 5

•Soledad, California’s Hahn Family Wines has named Thomas Duhameau as the company’s new president. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 5, 2020

California Winemakers Focus On Affordable Luxury

California winemakers have been making strides in the affordable luxury segment of wines retailing at the $15-and-above tier lately, an area that appears ripe for further progress even amid the current difficult conditions. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 10, 2020

California’s Hahn Leverages Wine’s Premiumization Trend

In the midst of a long-term premiumization drive, Monterey County-based Hahn Family Wines is off to a strong start in 2019, with sales up about 10% through May. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 26, 2019

Hahn Family Wines Sees Chain Channel Drive Growth

Hahn Family Wines enjoyed a 5% volume boost to about 415,000 cases last year, bolstered by a strong performance in chain channels, which offset a difficult year for its supply-constrained Santa Lucia Highlands tier. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 13, 2018

News Briefs for January 16, 2018

•Pernod Ricard has named Jonas Tahlin as chief marketing officer of its U.S. spirits business. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 16, 2018

Interview: Hahn Family Wines Looks At The Future

California’s Hahn Family Wines has reshaped its portfolio over the past few years, increasing focus on higher-end wines like its Hahn SLH ($25-$35), Smith & Hook ($25) and Lucienne ($50) brands to complement its quarter-million-case Hahn Winery tier ($15). With its $25-and-up portfolio flourishing, Hahn, which has been growing revenues at around 15% annually in recent years, is aiming to double in size over the medium term. SND’s editors recently met with chairman Philip Hahn, president Tony Baldini and general manager/director of winemaking Paul Clifton to discuss the road ahead. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 21, 2017

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