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Caribbean Distillers Clarifies Capriccio Sangria Ownership

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February 20, 2020 – Recently, AB InBev announced their purchase of the Argentinean Dante Robino vineyard who sells a wine brand known as Capriccio. The Dante Robino Capriccio wine brand is independent and unrelated to the Capriccio Sangria portfolio of products. Capriccio Sangria is a family of alcoholic beverages bottled and marketed by Caribbean Distillers, LLC (dba Florida Caribbean Distillers) a US-based company headquartered in Florida. The Capriccio Brand Family provides a selection of lightly carbonated Sangria and Cider wine blends with 100% natural fruit juices and flavors for distribution across the US, and the Caribbean. Today the Capriccio brand is the fastest growing Sangria in the U.S. market, and is one of the 10 fastest growing wine brands in the U.S.

For more information, please contact Jose A. Rivera at 863-956-1116.

About Caribbean Distillers.

Established in 1943 as the first fruit distillery of Florida (Florida license #1), Caribbean Distillers, LLC (formerly Florida Distillers Company) operates two distilleries, rum aging sites, a winery, brewery, as well as multiple storage and bottling facilities. As one of the largest contract bottling facilities in the Southeast region of the U.S., our high-speed production lines have the capacity to produce over 15 million cases per year. Throughout our 76 years of operation, we have bottled for almost every major spirits company in the world.

Our facilities are in Lake Alfred, Auburndale and Winter Haven, the heart of Florida’s citrus and sugar cane growing regions, with over 200 permanent employees and additional employment opportunities during peak production periods. Florida Caribbean Distillers is proud to support indirect jobs in the State of Florida through our transportation and agribusiness partnerships. Caribbean Distillers, LLC is the largest producer of rum in the continental U.S. Focused on building brands and economic opportunities, the company is continuously developing spirits and wine-based products for global distribution.

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