Constellation is the world's largest publically traded wine company with brands across the wine, beer and spirits categories. Rob Sands, Constellation Brands president & CEO, discusses the company's holiday advertising strategy and how they appeal to millennials.» Read More
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the coffee giant's earnings forecast and its attempt to perk up profits by venturing into wine and beer, with Keith Siegner, Credit Suisse restaurant analyst.
On Friday, Alaska Distillery seeks to capitalize on the cannabis celebrations as it officially launches the country’s first hemp-seed vodka.
As demand increases and inventories experience an extended shortage, consumers will have to choose between paying more, trading down or buying foreign imports, according to a new report.
With such whimsical flavors as cookie dough, smoked salmon and whipped cream, today’s vodka aisle is getting adventurous as companies seek to draw consumers and generate attention for their brands.
What if drinks traded like stocks or commodities futures? In other words, what if their prices fluctuated depending on outlook, desirability, supply and demand?
Higher expenses may have clouded Constellation Brands’s 2013 forecast, but Timothy Ramey, vice president and senior research analyst at D.A. Davidson and Co., says the outlook for the alcoholic beverage maker is still quite good.
Shares of constellation brands are down more than 14 percent, so how can the company turn sales around? Robert Sands, Constellation Brands president/CEO, discusses his company's brand and business strategies moving forward.
Premium drink maker, Diageo, is teaming up with New York City's Dept. of Transportation for a month-long "Safe Rides Home" campaign. Discussing the promotion of responsible alcohol consumption, as well as profits, with Sheila Stanziale, Diageo-Guinness USA president.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on what the 1 percent are pawning to get cash. Beverly Loan Company, a high-end pawn shop, is now accepting fine wines as collateral for cash.
Discussing how much beer makers will sell on St. Patrick's Day, and why beer drinkers who go out tend to drink better, more expensive beers, with Jim Koch, Samuel Adams founder.
Fruit flies apparently self-medicate just like many humans do, using alcohol as a balm when rejected by desired mates, the New York Times reports.
Beam has been performing well this year, and yesterday the bulls stepped in.
The online wine retailer TastingRoom.com now offers a solution for wine connoisseurs who wish to indulge in high-end wine by the glass at home. The strategy caters to consumers who are breaking out the corkscrew more often and whose tastebuds are more adventurous than those of older generations.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look inside America's bourbon boom.
Kentucky was one of the worst states hit by devastating tornadoes, but will its bourbon business be the key to recovery? CNBC's Jane Wells has the details.
The spirits industry says that over the last five years gross volume sales for Bourbon are up 8% and revenue are up 23%, taking share from other alcoholic beverages, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Woodford Reserve in Versailles, Kentucky, is one company that has reaped the rewards.
Discussing the beer company's growth in emerging markets, which represents 50 percent of profit, with Rene Hooft Graafland, Heineken chief financial officer.
Forget Dow 13,000, for an indication of which direction the economy may be heading look no further than Napa Valley. After a record $3.1 million in wine was sold at the Premier Napa Valley trade auction this past weekend, it appears the economy may be looking up.
Beijing’s hopes of orchestrating next month’s election for Hong Kong’s chief executive were unraveling on Friday, undone by allegations that its Favored candidate had built an illegal wine cellar. The Financial Times reports.
A look at how much Patron Spirits was able to grow its company and the growth in the spirits industry, with John McDonnell, Patron Spirits Company chief operating officer.