XXIV Karat Sparkling Wine Expands Distribution To California

XXIV Karat Sparkling Wine Expands Distribution To CaliforniaXXIV Karat, the first California sparkling wine infused with 24-karat gold flakes, is expanding its presence to California through a distribution partnership with Southern Wine & Spirits. Since launching in 2013, XXIV Karat is available in both on & off-premise accounts throughout Arizona, Michigan, North & South Carolina. With distribution in California, the company plans on aggressively executing initiatives that will drive demand for further expansion.

True innovation sets XXIV Karat apart from others within the Sparkling Wine and Champagne categories.  With gold that dances with the effervescence of bubbles, and an LED light that illuminates the bottle from within, XXIV Karat is sure to create a unique experience and an everlasting impression. Innovation not only defines XXIV Karat's product, it is also written into the company’s DNA with their marketing approach. XXIV Karat offers a distinctive twist along with a refined taste that makes it an extraordinary craft wine.

“We are in the business of making memories, and their was a need in the market for a sparkling wine that not only tastes great, but turns any occasion into something special,” says co-founder Nicholas Cowherd. “After quickly experiencing tremendous success in the Arizona nightlife and social scene, we felt it was beneficial and strategic for the brand to expand our presence into California through our partnership with Southern Wine & Spirits.” 

Sourced from their vineyard in Mendocino, California and bottled in Lodi, XXIV Karat is the result of an exhilarating and exciting sparkling wine blended with multiple varietals, vintages and California Coastal appellations to assure the consistent quality of every bottle. “Our consumers not only enjoy XXIV Karat at exclusive nightclubs and parties, it’s also something one can enjoy in the luxury of their own home or give as the ultimate gift,” adds co-founder Kegan Klein.


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