NEW YORK – Biagio Cru & Estate Wines unveiled its newest project in the spirits market, announcing that it’s now the exclusive importer of Miodula Honey Vodka – one of the most unique, prestigious vodka brands in the world.
The importer’s latest venture in the spirits industry follows the expansion of Sloane’s Premium Dry Gin in the United States.
“Miodula isn’t your run-of-the-mill vodka. It’s a mixologist’s secret weapon and a vodka that can transform the industry,” said Darren Restivo, a principal of Biagio Cru & Estate Wines. “Miodula’s blend of rich honeydew honey and premium vodka produces an exceptional, lingering taste of honey that makes this brand truly one-of-a-kind. And we are excited to bring one of the top vodkas in the world to the United States market.”
Although it was awarded ‘World’s Best Flavored Vodka’ at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Miodula is unlike typical flavored vodka brands. In fact, the Competition’s Chairman noted that because Miodula is crafted in such a unique manner, there wasn’t a category present that would fit its unmatched qualities.
Miodula Honey Vodka also received the prestigious Teraz Polska Award for its superior quality, making it the only spirit brand to ever have been awarded the highest of these accolades. Miodula is now presented in a presidential bottle in honor of the Polish President, who offers the honey vodka as a diplomatic gift.
Available in various retailers nationwide, Miodula Honey Vodka retails for approximately $24.99.
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About Biagio Cru and Estate Wines
Based in New Hyde Park, NY and founded in 1998, Biagio Cru is a family owned importer of fine wines from across the globe.
Biagio Cru’s stable of wines includes the perennially popular Lolailo Sangria, which has received the Impact Hot Brand award for the fourth consecutive year.
De Restia Crianza from Ribera del Duero in Portugal, has been recognized with 89, 91 and 93 Wine Spectator point ratings across multiple vintages., as well as the much coveted “Smart Buy” and “Savvy Shopper” nods . It was touted as “one of the most impressive values of the year” ranking #26 in the Wine Spectator Top 100 wines of the year.
Biagio imports the Parxet line of wines, which features the Cuvee 21, the only organic cava from the Alella region of Spain, garnering a Wine Enthusiast 90 point “Editor’s Favorite” rating. The Parxet line also includes a Reserve and a rosé called Titiana.
Herdade de Medeiros, from the famed Alentejano region of Portugal, also is part of the expanding Biagio Cru portfolio, boasting WE ratings ranging from 87-91 points and “Best Buy” and “Editor’s Choice” nods.
Biagio Cru’s newest import is the full line of Tabali wines, one of the most prominent and highly-regarded brands in Chile today, hailing from the unique Limari Valley. Tabali wines have received superior ratings from the world’s leading critics, Robert Parker and James Suckling, including a 94 for the Talinay Sauvignon Blanc, a 93 for the Syrah Reserve Especial, and a 92 for both the Tinto Reserve Especial and Talinay Chardonnay.