Khortytsa and LEAF Vodkas Now Available at Woodman’s Markets in Wisconsin and Illinois

Press Release updated: Nov 1, 2017 11:37 EDT

Khortytsa Vodka, the world’s third-largest selling vodka, and LEAF Organic Vodkas are now available at Woodman’s Market locations in Wisconsin and Illinois. The products are offered by Global Spirits USA, a privately held, international manufacturer and marketer of wines and spirits, and distributed locally by General Beverage, one of the largest wholesale distributors of wine, distilled spirits, beer and non-alcoholic beverages in the Midwest.  

“Khortytsa Vodka is among the world’s leading brands, yet a relative newcomer to the U.S. market,” says Daniel Freier, national sales manager, Global Spirits USA. “It offers tremendous quality for the price.”

“Increasingly, consumers want accountability in the foods they eat and the beverages they drink, and LEAF Organic Vodkas meet that growing consumer trend.”

Khortytsa Vodka is among the world’s leading brands, yet a relative newcomer to the U.S. market. It offers tremendous quality for the price. Increasingly, consumers want accountability in the foods they eat and the beverages they drink, and LEAF Organic Vodkas meet that growing consumer trend.

Daniel Freier, National Sales Manager, Global Spirits USA

Woodman’s Market was founded in 1919 by John Daniel Woodman, as a local, family-owned enterprise. The business was operated by four generations of family, with opportunity passed down from one Woodman to the next, until 1998 when Woodman’s became an employee-owned company. Today, Woodman’s has over 16 mega-store locations and is solely focused on providing the widest variety of grocery items at the best prices.

Ukraine’s famed Khortytsa (KHOR) Distillery is located near Khortytsa Island. This ancient island’s history dates back thousands of years and reaches the roots of civilization. It is considered a sacred place in Ukraine and is one of the country’s seven wonders. 

Built in 2003, the Khortytsa Distillery is among the world’s finest distilleries. It uses a local organic filter containing schungite (a unique natural mineral) which allows it to get as close as possible to the structure of natural water.  The filtration process is further enhanced with special birch and alder-tree charcoal and quartz sand sourced near the famous Ural Mountains.

Khortytsa Platinum Vodka, which is the most popular item in the line, retails for under $13 per 750-ml.

LEAF believes vodka’s main ingredient, water, is what truly defines the spirit.  LEAF Organic Vodka is sourced from unique waters around the country. One variety is made from Alaskan Glacial water, which lends a pure, smooth taste with a hint of sweetness. The other, made from Rocky Mountain mineral water, provides richness and complexity, offering a warm and savory impression. The water sources give LEAF Vodkas their signature tastes.

The packaging for LEAF Vodka is designed with the intention to have the contour of a leaf, accentuating the brand and giving it a premium look. With a recommended shelf price of $18.99 for 750-ml — and Certified USDA Organic — LEAF Vodka is well positioned within the dynamic and growing vodka category.

About Global Spirits USA

A Fortune 500 Company in Europe, Global Spirits was established in 2008 and has offices in New York, Moscow and Kiev, employing over 5,000 people. The company’s annual volume exceeds 7.5 million cases, with distribution in over 80 countries. Global Spirits USA markets and distributes strategic brands including: Khortytsa Vodka (third largest-selling international vodka brand), LEAF Organic Vodka and Odessa V.S.O.P. Brandy.

For more information on either brand, editorial samples, recipes, etc., please contact Ann Willets at [email protected]/(908) 433-7821.

Source: Global Spirits USA

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Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
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