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Winemaker Danny Gordon will continue in his role, and all Tamarack Cellars personnel will be retained. The purchase price was not disclosed.


Demeter Group, the San Francisco-based investment bank for premium Wine & Spirits companies, today announced that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Jayson Woodbridge and One True Vine on the sale of three wine brands, Layer Cake, Cherry Pie and if you see kay to Vintage Wine Estates. The deal is scheduled to close on January 2, 2018


The acquisitions are the latest in a string of purchases by Vintage Wine Estates over the past year and will mean the winery has an annual portfolio of 2 million cases. A purchase price was not disclosed


Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits Will Handle Sales and Marketing for Layer Cake; Vintage Wine Estates Assumes Those Duties for Cherry Pie and If You See Kay


Ann Colgin and her husband Joe Wender will preserve a 40% stake and maintain their leadership functions


Jackson Family Wines, based in California, has more than 40 properties in the U.S., France, Italy, Chile, South Africa and Australia. A trade publication, Wine Spectator, reported in 2012 that Jackson Family had annual revenue of $500 million


The Victor, New York-based firm on Thursday announced the buy, but did not disclose the terms of the deal. Constellation distributes and markets more than 100 brands including Corona Extra, Corona Light and Modelo. Its portfolio also includes craft beer brewer Ballast Point. Funky Buddha's 130 workers in South Florida are expected to Constellation's 9,000 employee count. Funky Buddha Head Brewer and President Ryan Sentz and his brother KC Sentz will continue to run the day-to-day operations of the business, Constellation said.


Sources tell Wine Spectator the company has no plans to change its new luxury brand


Constellation's deal to buy out cult wine Schrader Cellars fits with an acquisition trend in US wine that is driven by ageing winery owners, good investment conditions and a thirst for higher class wines ...


"The journey for Schrader Cellars and Constellation Brands is just beginning," said Schrader winemaker Thomas Brown ... He will continue to lead all aspects of the winemaking from vineyard to bottle. "With Constellation's expertise and high-quality vineyards, the potential for these wines is endless"


The huge wine conglomerate takes aim at a super-premium Napa property, but can it increase output?


The Kendall-Jackson owner adds a Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir and Chardonnay star to its expanding portfolio


Acquisition deepens company's exploration into Sta. Rita Hills


Both founders Cameron Hughes and Jessica Kogan will remain in leadership roles in the company; Cameron Hughes as Vintner and face of the brand and Jessica Kogan as the Chief Marketing Strategist and Innovation Officer. The majority of Cameron Hughes employees will retain their positions


Vintage Wine Estates of Santa Rosa has purchased Cameron Hughes Wine Inc. for $15.5 million as part of a court settlement, bringing one of the most innovative wine labels in recent years into its portfolio.


The wine giant expands its premium portfolio with a stable of quirkily labeled wines, including Kung Fu Girl Riesling


Sonoma firm continues to expand luxury wine portfolio with Napa Valley label


Linda Butler, who founded Delectus in 1995, will stay on to oversee hospitality, trade, private tastings, wine club and winery events. Chris Phelps, the brand's new consulting winemaker, most recently served as winemaker emeritus for Swanson Winery & Vineyards in Oakville, which Vintage acquired last year.


"My children are not interested in the business so it's time for me to move on and do something different," Willakenzie founder Bernard Lacroute told Wine-Searcher. "I've been at it for 25 years and it has been a really good ride and a wonderful experience. But I need more time for cycling and travel, so that's what I want to be doing. This year I went to Patagonia, and there's a lot more places I want to go."


Jackson Family Wines' latest purchase continues a trend of big corporate players entering Oregon's wine scene, but observers aren't worried the newcomers will dilute the industry

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