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Russian Vodkas Pulled From Shelves In A Growing Number Of States

Russian vodka brands are disappearing from store shelves across an increasing number of states, following the nation’s invasion of Ukraine. Control states including Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Utah, and New Hampshire are pulling Russian products from their offerings, while Texas governor Greg Abbott also asked his state’s retailers and restaurateurs to stop selling Russian brands. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 28, 2022

News Briefs for December 10, 2021

•Roust Corporation’s Russian Standard vodka has launched a new canned Moscow Mule cocktail, using the brand’s namesake vodka. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 10, 2021

News Briefs for March 1, 2019

•Beverage alcohol delivery provider Drizly is eyeing entry into the cannabis category, and is suing former CEO Nick Rellas over his own cannabis business plan, saying it violates a non-compete agreement. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 1, 2019

News Briefs for May 18, 2017

•Joe Wagner’s Copper Cane Wine & Provisions has extended its Quilt wine brand with the launch of a new Chardonnay and Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 18, 2017

Despite Debt Overhaul, Roust Sees U.S. Fortunes Rising

While it has made headlines recently for a prepackaged debt overhaul related to its 2013 acquisition of financially-troubled Central European Distributing Co. (CEDC), Russia’s Roust Corp. has been making solid progress in the U.S. with its core Russian Standard brand, defying difficult trends in the imported vodka category. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 6, 2017

Rémy’s Sales Down 5.6% For H1, But Expects Rebound

It continued to be rough sledding for Rémy Cointreau in the first six months of its fiscal year, ended in September, but the company is still projecting positive organic sales growth for the full year. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 16, 2014

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