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In the second part of our interview, Marc Taub, president and CEO of Taub Family Cos., discusses his company’s expansion into California wine as well as the ongoing development of its spirits portfolio.
New York-based Taub Family Cos. encompasses Palm Bay International, known for million-case players like Cavit and Roscato, as well as fine wine unit Taub Family Selections, housing a stable of higher-end labels including Bertani, Fontanafredda, Planeta, Ferrari, Mastroberardino, Sella & Mosca, Trimbach, Jean-Luc Colombo, Champagne Boizel, Lafite Rothschild, Saget La Perriere, Greysac, Invivo, and Taub Family Vineyards, among many others. Continue reading →Posted in News on September 23, 2020
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
The Taub family, known for building leading Italian label Cavit and a host of other imported wine brands in the U.S. over the years, has transformed its business since acquiring the former Pasternak Wine Imports in late 2016. Today, Taub Family Cos. has volume of approximately 5.7 million cases. While the Taubs’ Palm Bay International unit—featuring popular brands like Cavit, Roscato, and Lunetta—accounts for the lion’s share of volume, fine wine division Taub Family Selections is at about 850,000 cases and growing. Key brands in the fine wine unit include Bertani, Planeta, Col d’Orcia, Barons de Rothschild Champagne, and others. SND executive editor Daniel Marsteller recently spoke with Taub Family CEO Marc Taub to get an update on progress. Continue reading →Posted in News on March 19, 2019
Known for its flagship Pauillac-based Chateau Lafite-Rothschild, Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) is looking to leverage the U.S. market’s increasing thirst for entry-level Bordeaux with its accessibly priced Légende range. Continue reading →Posted in News on June 1, 2018