Beso Del Sol adds Rose Sangria to its product lineup
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Beso Del Sol, added Beso Del Sol Pink Rose to its line which includes Beso Del Sole Red and Beso Del Sol White earlier this month. It’s an all-natural 100% Tempranillo (Valdepeñas D.O.), with natural Spanish orange, lemon, peach, and mango along with a touch of Spanish cinnamon. At only 74 calories per serving and with the natural sweetness of fruit, Beso Del Sol Pink is part of the trend of growing sales of lower-alcohol choices, boxed wines, rosé wine, and sangria.
Beso Del Sol founder and CEO Bradd Levitan says: “We’d seen restaurants creating house-made rosé sangria. After a year of work behind the scenes, we are delighted to bring them the consistency, ease, and cost-efficiency of Beso Del Sol Pink. We are the only rosé sangria in a handy grab-and-go format.” Last year, he notes, the company raised sales 143 percent year over year of its Beso Del Sole Red and Beso Del Sol White. This year it launched a social media campaign, and teed off a partnership with LPGA golfer Belén Mozo at the 7th Annual LPGA Bank of Hope Founders Cup, which the brand also sponsored.
Scales & Tales dinner series coming in RI
PROVIDENCE – A seasonal fundraising dinner series is coming starting June 12 in local RI restaurants to promote Eat Drink RI’s mission of creating a place based approach to sustaining New England’s wild seafood. upscale, seasonal dinners will be fundraisers for the Scales & Tales Mobile Food Boat program.
The Scales & Tales Mobile Food Boat is a skiff (a shallow, flat-bottomed open boat) that the team is converting into a mobile education platform, complete with a cooking demo station. Eating with the Ecosystem plans to run free, educational events at farmer’s markets and other public locations showcasing the Food Boat. The goal of these programs is to educate consumers about our local seafood, fisheries, and ecosystems. Learn more at http://www.eatdrinkri.com/scalesandtales.