Khortytsa Vodka Now Available at Dierbergs

Press Release updated: Oct 19, 2017 09:00 EDT

Khortytsa Vodka, the world’s third-largest selling vodka, is now available at Dierbergs, one of Missouri’s largest supermarket chains.  Khortytsa is imported by Global Spirits USA, a privately-held, international manufacturer and marketer of wines and spirits and distributed locally by Lohr Distributing, one of the largest wholesale distributors in Missouri. 

“Khortysa Vodka is one of the world’s leading brands, and gaining widespread popularity in Missouri,” says to Daniel Freier, national sales manager, Global Spirits USA. “It is an exceptional spirit at a very accessible price, which makes it an excellent addition to Dierbergs, which has an outstanding selection of fine wines and spirits.”

Dierbergs Markets is a family-owned and operated supermarket chain with historic roots in Missouri boasting over 4,100 employees and 25 locations.

Khortysa Vodka is one of the world’s leading brands, and gaining widespread popularity in Missouri. It is an exceptional spirit at a very accessible price, which makes it an excellent addition to Dierbergs, which has an outstanding selection of fine wines and spirits.

Daniel Freier, National Sales Manager, North, Global Spirits USA

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.

About Dierbergs Markets

Dierbergs Markets traces its roots to a country store founded in 1854 in West St. Louis County. The St. Louis-based supermarket chain, with retail operations including florists, pharmacies and six cooking schools, is owned and operated by the third and fourth generations of the Dierberg family. Dierbergs’ long-held belief in giving back to the communities it serves is realized in millions of dollars of annual support to hunger relief, children’s education, healthy living initiatives, disease prevention and research, pet rescue, and local disaster relief and assistance. Today, Dierbergs employs 4,100 Associates in 24 St. Louis metropolitan-area stores and a location at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks. For more information, visit Dierbergs.com or follow Dierbergs on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Dierbergs.

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 (3rd largest selling international vodka brand), LEAF Organic Vodka, and Odessa V.S.O.P. Brandy.

For more information on Global Spirits USA, please visit http://globalspiritsus.com.

Source: Global Spirits USA

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