When great wine meets strategic branding the results can be monumental – just ask Laurenz Maria Moser V., descendent of the Lenz Moser wine family, and an innovator in Austrian wine. Laurenz Maria Moser V. learned much of innovative wine growing strategy from his grandfather, Dr. Lorenz Moser III, inventor of the continentally used trellising system, the “Lenz Moser Hocherziehung.”
The making of sotol is an art, which Don Cuco learned from his father and grandfather who lived among the Indians. Don Cuco passed this art to his children, who are now re-introducing the heritage. From here, Don Cuco’s sons, master Sotol makers, are reintroducing a generation old family drink into the United States with firm commitment – to continue producing the best in quality.
Small wine, spirits and beer entrepreneurs sometimes have a difficult time obtaining financing for their working capital needs. It is often very difficult for producers/importers to fund monthly operations since working capital is tied up in accounts receivables and inventory, and payment schedules of distributors lag the expense schedules of producers.
Beginning in 2010, Heineken USA set out on a mission to reconnect employees, distributors and the trade with the magic of beer.
Technically a liqueur, hum (70 proof) is made from pot still rum infused with four botanicals — hibiscus, ginger, cardamom and kaffir lime — then bottled unfiltered. hum’s crimson red color comes from fair trade hibiscus, a peppery kick from organic ginger, heady aromatics from cardamom & the intoxicating fragrance of kaffir lime.