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News Briefs for May 16, 2018

•Breakthru Beverage is expanding in Canada, taking a minority stake in broker Peter Mielzynski Agencies (PMA). Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 16, 2018

News Briefs for March 21, 2018

•Robert Haas, a wine merchant who became a vintner when he cofounded Tablas Creek Vineyard in California and helped propagate over a million buds and cuttings of French vines, died March 18 at his home in Paso Robles. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 21, 2018

Latitude Sees Ongoing Gains For 90+ Cellars, Revamps Canned Lila Wines

Boston-based Latitude Beverage is projecting another year of solid growth for 90+ Cellars, an Impact “Hot Brand” that has nearly doubled in size to 350,000 cases over the past three years. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 3, 2017

News Briefs for February 23, 2016

•Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is in the process of culling roughly 30% of its product lines, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 23, 2016

Interview: Latitude Beverage President Kevin Mehra

Founded in 2007, Boston-based Latitude Beverage Co. has seen rapid growth for its flagship negoçiant wine brand 90+ Cellars, which has more than doubled to 280,000 cases over the past three years, according to Impact Databank. Sourcing wine from surplus supplies of wineries with histories of 90+ ratings, the brand’s lineup features 35 red, white, rosé and sparkling wines in total, retailing from $9-$25 and up. SND assistant editor Kimberly Carmichael recently spoke with Latitude co-founder and president Kevin Mehra to see where the company is headed in 2016.

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Posted in News on February 9, 2016

Bevy Of Promising Imported Wine Labels Attain Impact “Hot Prospect” Status

The imported wine category has followed an up-and-down road over the past few years in the U.S. market, with bottled import shipments finishing only marginally higher in 2014 than they were in 2010. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 1, 2015