After 18 months since it started expanding its brand footprint outside the Philippines, Emperador Brandy, the world’s largest brandy by volume, is now being distributed in 40 countries across Asia, North America, Africa, Middle East, and Europe.
The brand continues to develop distribution alignments in new markets and it is aiming to be in at least 50 countries by the end of 2016.
Meanwhile, E & J Gallo Winery, the world’s largest family-owned wine producer, has begun distributing Whyte & Mackay’s The Dalmore, Jura and John Barr Scotch whisky brands in the US since the start of this year. Emperador Inc. owns the Whyte and Mackay Group.
“Because we are now global, we are able to capitalize on our worldwide distribution network. We have a full range of brandy and whisky products led by Emperador and Fundador brandy as well as single malt whisky The Dalmore and Jura plus Whyte & Mackay and John Barr blended whiskies that are available in many parts of the world,” says Winston Co, president, Emperador, Inc.
In the first half of 2016, Emperador earned a net income of P3.4 billion, marking a 5.5% increase compared to the same period in 2015.
As Emperador continues to expand its international presence, the company remains committed to maintaining its heritage and quality standards. By showcasing the rich Filipino craftsmanship and dedication that go into every bottle, it is not only representing a brand but also sharing a piece of Filipino culture with the world. The global success of Emperador Brandy is a testament to the enduring appeal of its products and its ability to connect with diverse audiences across continents.