Amate Tequila Pours for Children Mending Hearts Hollywood Gala

Submitted by     April 22, 2010     13195   0

Amate Tequila Pours It On For Hollywood's Finest at Children Mending Hearts Hollywood Gala

Hollywood, California - It's no coincidence that the world's fastest growing premier tequila brand, Amate Tequila, has teamed up with Hollywood's premier talent like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Affleck, Forest and Keisha Whitaker, Sheryl Crow, Kate Walsh, Quincy Jones, Hank Azaria, and many others, to raise money and awareness for Children Mending Hearts, a global arts exchange to support at-risk children. Amate Tequila is the proud $25,000 Supporting Level Sponsor of the Peace Please Gala, recently hosted by Academy Award Winner Ben Affleck, at The Music Box @ Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California.


Azunia Tequila and Regional Tequila Partners with Domaine Select Wine Estates Classic

Submitted by     April 15, 2010     12097   0

Azunia Tequila & Regional Tequila Find A Partner In Domaine Select Wine Estates Classic & Vintage Artisanal Spirits Collection – Intersect Beverage, headquartered in San Clemente, Calif., announces that they have chosen Domaine Select Wine Estates (DWSE) as its Nationwide Broker encompassing 49 states representing both Azuñia Tequila and Regional Tequila. The product mix also contains a 100% Organic Agave Nectar.


Tequila Ocho Unveils 2010 Vintage in Time for Cinco de Mayo

Submitted by     April 13, 2010     13597   0

First Single-Estate Tequila in the United States Now Available in 22 Markets

Corona del Mar, California - Altamar Brands, LLC announced today that Tequila Ocho, the first ultra-premium single estate vintage tequila to be introduced to the United States market, is releasing its 2010 vintage in time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The Plata variety, from Los Corrales, is available now. The 2010 release of Reposado and Añejo from Los Corrales will be released in August and early 2011, respectively. (San Augustine 2010 Añejo is in market now).


Injunction Issued Against Casa Cuervo Preventing Red Wax Seal on Reserva de la Familia Tequila

Submitted by     April 05, 2010     13691   0

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The dripping red wax seal on a bottle of Maker's Mark is not only distinctive, it's now exclusive legal property of the bourbon company.

A federal judge on Friday issued an injunction preventing a rival liquor company from using a dripping wax seal on its tequilas sold in the United States, ending a seven year legal battle over the bottle topper.

The ruling by U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II comes in a long-running lawsuit between Maker's Mark and competitors Diageo North America and Casa Cuervo over the Fortune Brands trademark on the wax seal. Deerfield, Ill.-based Fortune Brands owns Maker's Mark.