AMASS believes in the power of plants. From botanical spirits to body products, AMASS makes clean botanics for modern life.
Each of their botanic products are meticulously formulated, tested, and considered multiple times over to ensure they align with the creative vision and quality standards of their Chief Product Officer and Master Distiller, Morgan McLachlan.
McLachlan grew up in the Canadian Pacific Northwest, where she spent many afternoons exploring the forest, forging what would become a lifelong fascination with botany. She has now been distilling for over ten years, and is known for her experimental methods and focus on botanical-based spirits.
AMASS searches far and wide in the formulation of their products and uses only the finest premium ingredients. All their ingredients are non-GMO, carefully considered, and vetted by the best in the business.
In place of traditional ad spots and celebrity endorsements, they’re building a community around their ingenious makers, impeccable products, and the movers and shakers that make the spirits industry an exciting forefront of creativity.
At AMASS, they abide by a community-wide commitment to intelligent, sustainable design. Their sincere interest in using the best ingredients is tempered only by their potential impact on the communities they represent; their drive to build a unique, compelling product is balanced by their understanding that innovation only triumphs when it’s sustainable.
Bodega Ateca is one of six wineries belonging to the Orowines Group (a name that means Golden Wines). The winery is well-known for its terroir-driven orientation and its use of indigenous grape varieties.
In the late 1990’s, Toni Sarrion began a one man crusade to save the indigenous variety Bobal and coax it from obscurity and rusticity to the forefront of truly world class wines.
Chacra was created by Piero Incisa della Rocchetta in 2004 with the intention of finding the most unobstructed expression of the climate, micro-climate, and terrior of Mainqué in the Río Negro region of Patagonia.
Black Tears is all about emotions and it is inspired by the Cuban song “Lagrimas Negras”, which tells the story of a young woman who sobbed into a vat of rum, filling it with her sorrow.
The Bisol family are masters of Prosecco. The family has been making wine for centuries and all the grapes come from their own land, something which is extremely rare in the region.