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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

News Briefs for March 19, 2019

•A Glenlivet 50-year-old, a number of new whiskies from Japan and France, and two bottled-in-bond Bourbons are among the bottlings profiled in Whisky Advocate’s latest whiskey roundup.  Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 19, 2019

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

Pernod Ricard’s Kenwood Embraces Premiumization

Kenwood Vineyards has embarked on an aggressive premiumization effort since Pernod Ricard acquired the Sonoma-based winemaker in 2014 from F. Korbel & Bros. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 5, 2017

Exclusive: Kenwood Launching New, Appellation-Driven Wines At $20-$30 Tier

Nearly two years after acquiring Sonoma County’s Kenwood Vineyards from F. Korbel & Bros., new owner Pernod Ricard is refreshing the brand with new packaging, while also launching an upscale range called Six Ridges, retailing in the $20-$30 price point and intended to showcase key Sonoma appellations. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 25, 2016