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Daily Updates of The Beverage Industry - 2nd March, 2021

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02/03/2021

Get the latest news & updates of the industry with this daily compilation of relevant industry headlines. 

2 March

Winebow Imports Welcomes Villa Maria Estate to Portfolio Wine Industry Advisor

Winebow Imports is delighted to welcome New Zealand’s iconic Villa Maria Estate to its portfolio, effective today, becoming the winery’s exclusive import representative in the U.S.

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2 March

Budweiser Budvar reveals new look Budvar Reserve Drinks Retailing News

Budweiser Budvar UK is updating its range with the relaunch of Budvar Reserve,

The beer is the brewery's premium 7.5% abv premium Czech Lager and it is matured for 200 days. 

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2 March

Treasury Wine Estates' adds coffee-blended variant for 19 Crimes Drinks Retailing News

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is adding to its 19 Crimes portfolio with a coffee-blended wine.

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2 March

Cascade Spirits and GEM&BOLT Mezcal Enter New Partnership Bevnet

Cascade Spirits, a spirits brand house based in the Pacific Northwest, and GEM&BOLT Mezcal, a premium artisanal mezcal uniquely distilled with damiana, are pleased to announce their new dynamic partnership.  Cascade Spirits will now lead the company’s operations and accounting functions, relocating the company’s U.S. operations hub to Portland, Oregon, and will be collaborating with GEM&BOLT on sales, marketing and innovation efforts.

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2 March

Flint Wines becomes key partner for Domaine des Lambrays Harpers

Wine producer Domaine des Lambrays has appointed Flint Wines as its key partner in the UK.  

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2 March

Ruse Brewing and Belmont Station reopen their taprooms New School Beer

Two of the most awaited reopening’s in Portland are this week as both Belmont Station and Ruse Brewing open their taprooms again for enjoying beers on-site. Oregon bars and restaurants have been closed for indoor service since November 18th, but as of February 12 Multnomah County (Portland) eased restrictions to allow them to operate at 25% capacity inside.

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