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Thank you to everyone who came to the Sip n Shop event. It was great to meet so many of you. The vendors had amazing items to shop from.
We will host our Fall Sip n Shop in September and will announce the date.
We have so many amazing local business and boutique owners that will be at our event. We encourage you to come out and support them!
3rd Annual Spring Sip n Shop 'Pop Up Boutique' Event
When: Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Where: Black Iris Estate
5801 E 116th St, Carmel, IN 46033
Time: 6:00- 8:00pm
500 North Boutique
7th and Park Boutique
Abboo Candle Co.
Beehive Body Co.
Bloom Easy Boutique
Chalking After Midnight
Clean Evolution by Creative Wandering
Fashion Cafe' Indy
Grace + Heart Jewelry
Hide & Carry
Just For You Gems
Just Millie and Me
Lex & Lo, LLC
Matilda Jane Clothing
Megan's Bulletproof Beauty
Nygard Style Direct
Organic Beauty Jars
Origami Owl Custom Jewelry
Perfect Wedding Guide
Rodan and Fields
Suzanne Purewal, Author
Talk to Tucker- Jessica Morrison
The Source- Young Living Essential Oils
The Westfield Hanger
Two Olives Boutique
Usborne Books and More
We are very happy to share that the following are Sponsors of our event:
Indy With Kids
Schakolad Chocolate Factory
The Pink Elephant
Stems Flower Truck
As competition intensifies in the U.S. wine market, Impact’s latest lineup of wine “Hot Brands” features a lot of turnover, with several longtime winners replaced by a wave of rising players. This year’s list features 23 domestic wine honorees, up from 19 in the previous year, with well over half making their Hot Brands debut.
Topping the domestic roster at more than 6.6 million cases is Constellation Brands’ premium boxed range Black Box, which added nearly 1.2 million cases last year. Following close behind is DFV’s Bota Box, which is seeing strong gains from both its core 3-liter product and 1.5-liter offshoot. Widely credited with pioneering the premium boxed category, the two brands now sell a combined total of around 12.6 million cases in the U.S. market, up from just over 7 million cases in 2014.
E. & J. Gallo remains domestic wine’s most prolific Hot Brands winner, with seven California offerings—including returning labels Liberty Creek, Apothic, and Dark Horse—among this year’s Hot Brands. Other California highlights include Deutsch Family’s Josh Cellars, which easily surpassed 2 million cases for 2017, and Constellation’s Pinot Noir-led Meiomi, which enjoyed another year of double-digit growth. Beyond California, North Carolina’s Duplin Winery earned Hot Brand honors for its eponymous range, while Oregon’s A to Z and Washington state-sourced House Wine (Precept Wine) also made the cut.
This year’s imported wine lineup, meanwhile, comprises 20 brands, with Italian and French offerings accounting for a dozen of the list’s honorees. The leading imported wine Hot Brand by volume, Italy’s Stella Rosa continued its bull run, reaching more than 1.7 million cases last year. The Riboli Family Wine Estates brand is joined by seven other Italian standouts, including sparklers like La Marca (E. & J. Gallo) and Mionetto, as well as four French winners, led by Vineyard Brands’ La Vieille Ferme.
The New World also made a strong showing on this year’s list, with New Zealand’s Kim Crawford (Constellation), Oyster Bay (Oyster Bay Wines USA), and Matua(Treasury Wine Estates) all represented. Treasury also earned Hot Brand honors with Australian label 19 Crimes, which has struck a chord among millennial consumers. 19 Crimes more than doubled in volume last year to pass the million-case mark.—Christina Jelski
Here is a quick look at the vendors that will be at our Sip n Shop on May 9, 2018 from 6:00pm- 8:00pm at the Black Iris Estate. Check back for updates on new vendors.
We are thrilled to share that Ladies Evening Out will host their Sip n Shop on May 9th and Vinny will be the Sponsor of the event. Grab a GF and come shop and enjoy wine!
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