Constellation Brands

Constellation Brands

Constellation Brands, Inc., headquartered in Victor, New York, is the world’s largest wine company with brands across the wine, beer and spirits categories.

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Constellation Brands – Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
... The Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center (CMAC), formerly known as the Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center (FLPAC) is an outdoor concert venue in the Town of Hopewell, New ... Constellation Brands, headquartered in Victor, New York, is the largest wine company in the world ... Marvin Sands was the founder of Canandaigua Brands winery, died on August 28, 1999 in his home ...
Constellation Brands - Acquisitions
... Constellation Brands has expanded by acquiring a number of other beverage companies throughout the world ... Wines Estates, the wine operations of Fortune Brands (which included several major brands such as Clos du Bois) for $885 million in 2008 ...
... Svedka is a brand of vodka manufactured in Lidköping, Sweden and owned by New York-based Constellation Brands ... It is manufactured by the Swedish Farmer's Co-op (Lantmännen) by order of Constellation Brands ... Svedka was acquired by Constellation Brands in March 2007 for about US$384 million ...
Accolade Wines - History
... In 2003, the brands of BRL Hardy and those of Constellation Brands were merged to create the world's largest international wine business ... In 2006 Constellation Brands acquired Vincor International, adding the West Australian brands of Amberley and Goundrey to the Hardy portfolio ... the Hardy Wine Company changed its name to Constellation Wines Australia ...

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