Below you will find posts with the latest news about the Deutsch Family Company, our partners and brands

Eppa Sangria on Today Show

Leslie Sbrocco presents a round-up of hot summer wines with the hosts of the “Today” show.

The Calling Takes On Cleveland

Jim Nantz and Peter Deutsch bring The Calling to Cleveland for the Tour de Bruell.

Read more on Cheftovers about the event featuring  Zack Bruell, Jim Nantz and Peter Deutsch.

Happy National Wine Day!

As we approach Memorial Day, we’re thinking about wines for summer. White wine sales rise in the summer. Tom Steffanci discussed some great wine options for the warmer months.

Barone Fini Bottle

Barone Fini Pinot Grigio ($12)

Barone Fini Pinot Grigio is a sipping wine that goes with all kinds of food and it’s a crowd pleaser – perfect for entertaining.

 

Summer is also an opportunity to be a little braver with your wine picks – if you’re typically into Chardonnay, try new aromatic white varietals that are hot like New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.

Light, high acid, lower alcohol wines are great in warmer weather.

 

The Crossing Sauvignon Blanc

The Crossings Sauvignon Blanc ($15)

Eppa SupraFruta Red and White Sangria Production Quality (TIF) Presentation Quality (PNG)

Eppa Organic Sangria ($12)

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The sangria category is on fire and nothing says summer like sangria

Eppa premium organic sangria is made with Superfruit juices like acai, blood orange and blueberry. Ready to drink, just pour over ice so it’s a great choice for a barbecue.

Low-Lux Wines Draw in Millennial Consumers

Easter may be best known for its association with eggs, but it’s also the third-biggest wine holiday on the calendar, trailing only Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tom Steffanci, president of Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, said the industry will be closely watching Millennial tastes this Easter season, now that the generation accounts for slightly over 40% of all wine consumed in the U.S., including low-lux wines.

Wine Business Recession Proof Says Josh Cellars Founder

Bull or bear market, up or down economy, people will always drink wine, said Joe Carr, founder of winemaker Josh Cellars.

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