House Wine expands Rosé Bubbles availability, adds 2 offerings
Seattle-based House Wine has announced that its Rosé Bubbles, which comes in a 375-ml can, is now available for purchase nationwide. In addition to expanding the availability of the product, the company also has announced the addition of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in a 375-ml can to debut by January 2018 in locations throughout the nation.
"The instant success of House Wine cans continues to blow our minds," Alex Evans, chief sales and marketing officer at Precept Wine, said. "House Wine is made for this category, which delivers fresh wine and caters to the grab-and-go lifestyle of busy and active wine consumers. They are also accessible, affordable and recyclable, which helps reduce overall waste, but most of all they are delicious!"
The Rosé Bubbles contains aromas of fresh berries and citrus flavors; Wine Sauvignon Blanc will hold notes of grapefruit, melon and floral aromas, which give way to flavors of white peach; and Pinot Noir will contain aromas of black cherry, cocoa and clove.
House Wine’s offerings are available nationwide for the suggested retail price of $5.99 for a 375-ml can, $11.99 for 750-ml cans and $19.99 for a three-liter box.
Kellogg’s gets magical with limited-edition Unicorn cereal
Kellogg’s has announced a magical new addition to its portfolio — Unicorn Cereal. The product initially launched in the U.K. earlier this year and will now be hitting retail stores nationwide in the spring, specifically in March of 2018 for a limited time only.
The new cereal will consist of red, blue and purple loops with white crunchlets. Also included will be a cupcake flavor that varies slightly from the yellow, purple and red U.K. loops, the company said.
Before its official launch next year, those eager to try the product will be able to do so at the Kellogg’s NYC Café located in Union Square in Manhattan. A cereal-inspired menu featuring Kellogg's signature products, along with creations by lifestyle expert and reality star Lauren Conrad, await consumers at the location, along with a preview of the Unicorn Cereal, the company said.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery introduces low calorie option
Milton Del.,-based Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has introduced the SeaQuench Ale. The product is a 4.9% ABV, and is sour brewed with lime juice, lime peel, black limes and sea salt. Each 12-oz., serving contains only 140 calories and 9 carbohydrates, the company said.
"For SeaQuench Ale, we set out with two goals. First, to make an intensely approachable and flavorful lower calorie, lower carb, true indie craft beer. Second, to objectively design the most thirst-quenching beer Dogfish has ever made as one that active-lifestyle beer fans will enjoy,” Sam Calagione, founder and CEO of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery said.
The new launch is a mash-up of the company’s three famously session-able beer styles: Kolsch, Gose and Berlinerweiss. It was sour brewed to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot or the German Beer Purity Law.
More information, including product availability and locations, can be found on the company’s website.