cmm wine & spirits inc.

14-37 150th street
whitestone, new york 11367

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JUNE 13, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4417206

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QUEENS

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2013 - CMM WINE & SPIRITS INC.









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  • AROUND THE WEB

  • Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
    By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017

    The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • Cocktails Rise and Shine While Beer and Wine Sales Slip
    Thursday Jun 15, 2017

    Liquor makers sold more spirits and mixed drinks globally in 2016 than in the year before—a bright spot in an industry where volumes of almost every other kind of alcoholic drink are in decline.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Business
  • Understanding The Fickle Adult Beverage Consumer
    Monday May 8, 2017

    Many of us will head to the grocery store for Memorial Day to pick up a few items and, inevitably, that includes grabbing beer, wine or a spirit product. We have our list in hand and a pretty goodidea of what we're going to buy. But something happens to 21% of us while in the store: We change our mind.

    Source: Media Post: Engage:Boomers
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    Wednesday Dec 28, 2016

    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% to $2.7 billion in 2014. The"International Wine and Spirits Review" forecasts 20% growth in the next five years. Supply can hardly keep up with demand, leading to shortages of the amber liquid in top markets across the country.And it's the favorite way for pop culture heavyweights to booze up, from Don Draper on "Mad Men" to Frank Underwood on "House of Cards" to Raylin Givins on "Justified." Like vodka and Scotch beforeit, bourbon is having its moment.

    Source: Media Post: Engage:Affluent
  • Affluents And The Bourbon Boom
    Wednesday Dec 14, 2016

    If you haven't noticed, there's a boom in American whiskey right now. Led by bourbon, the category has grown 40% in the past decade, with revenue growth of 47% to $2.7 billion in 2014. TheInternational Wine and Spirits Review forecasts 20% growth in the next five years. Supply can hardly keep up with demand, leading to shortages of the amber liquid in top markets across the country.And it's the favorite way for pop culture heavyweights to booze up, from Don Draper on "Mad Men" to Frank Underwood on "House of Cards" to Raylin Givins on "Justified." Like vodka and Scotch beforeit, bourbon is having its moment.

    Source: Media Post: Engage:Affluent
  • The Pour: 20 Wines Under $20: The Savory Side of Rosé
    By ERIC ASIMOV - Friday Jun 23, 2017

    The best rosés hide among the annual deluge of fashionable summer wines. Seek them out and find a delicious reward.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • What Will the Next Wine Megatrend Be?
    Thursday Jun 22, 2017

    From ‘critter’ labels to blue bottles, trends take the wine world by storm one moment and fizzle the next. Is there a method to the modishness? Lettie Teague revisits past fads and elicits predictions.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Lifestyle
  • Brawny's 'Strength' Deflates Gender Cliches
    Friday Apr 21, 2017

    Brace yourself, people, because I’m about to unleash a take so blindingly, volcanically hot that MediaPost has put retinal specialists and magmatologists on retainer. I’m not joking.Don’t read the next paragraph unless you have copious amounts of gauze, ointment and holy water on hand. I cannot eliminate the possibility that it will reduce your house to a smoldering pile ofashes or sear the flesh off your bones. FYI: If you need a skin graft, I know a guy.

    Okay. Ready? Here we go: Women are much worse than men at loading the dishwasher.

    I base thisconclusion on the statistically significant, 100-percent-representative-of-society sample of my wife, my mom and one of my two sisters (the other sister is a fine, responsible loader ofdishwashers and car trunks alike). I don’t think this reflects on their overall intellectual fitness so much as on their spatial-reasoning capabilities. When they stack five kiddie cups atop oneanother, they are unable to envision an outcome other than “everything gets clean.” This would be harmless, were it not for the wine glasses and non-Pyrex containerware sacrificed at thealtar of their obliviousness.

    In every non-dishwasher-related way, of course, these women are superior to me. My wife in particular - her strength, spirit and utter unfazability are myoxygen. Rhapsodize about Russell Westbrook or Jack Bauer or Aquaman all you want; she’s my strong-person role model.

    It will not surprise you, then, that I’m on board with anything- brand campaigns, postal holidays, limited-edition Ben & Jerry flavors, etc. - that celebrates women like her. The problem is that most such efforts end up celebrating stereotypes associated withstrong women, rather than the women themselves. You hear a whole bunch about individuality and independence and fearlessness, traits which correlate as much with strong women as they do with strongmen, strong children and strong zoo animals that wander away from their enclosures and into oncoming traffic, strongly.

    “Strength Has No Gender,” Brawny’s ongoingbrand-redefinition effort, steers clear of those clichés. The most talked-about part of the campaign has been the replacement on the brand’s packaging of the traditional Brawny dude witha woman, which was rolled out in such a matter-of-fact manner as to neutralize “men’s rights” “activists” before they could yelp for a boycott. Just as worthy ofattention, though, is the video content that Brawny has been parceling out for the last month or so.

    The “Strength Has No Gender” clips effect a no-bullshit, no-big-deal tone. Inone, Dr.Anna Kornbrot speaks plainly about encountering gender bias at the unnamed Ivy Leagueinstitution where she was studying to become an oral surgeon. She discusses the resilience instilled in her by her parents - both Holocaust survivors - and bemusedly notes that “no one hashad to rescue [her] in the middle of surgery.” The clip ends with Dr. Kornbrot posed Brawny-style, arms folded in a manner that suggests easy confidence and self-satisfaction.

    The videosfeaturing coder Brittany Wenger and combat pilot VerniceArmour proceed in much the same manner: The protagonists tell their stories and strike understated poses, and that’s that. The minimalist approach works, because their achievements are soimpressive as to negate the need for third-party validation.

    The first-person testimonials that drive “Strength Has No Gender” convey everything we need; there’s no need forbluster or you-go-girl affirmation. Marketers attempting to infuse their brands with desirable traits, whether strength or empathy or imperviousness to hypnotism or whatever, ought to study the hellout of Brawny’s management of the campaign - the brand videos, the PR, all of it. It’s as assured an approach as we’ve seen in a long while.
    Source: Media Post: Video Critique