Thursday, April 30, 2009

DC Scores Soccer Ball Sponsored by Casa Noble

On April 30, 2009 Casa Noble Tequila sponsored the DC Scores Soccer Ball Fundraising Event in Washington, D.C. to promote prevention of Childhood Obesity and Illiteracy.
DC SCORES is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower students in urban communities using soccer, writing, creative expression, and service-learning. With teamwork as the unifying value, DC SCORES inspires youth to lead healthy lifestyles, be engaged students, and become agents of change in their communities.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Bloomingdale's Spring Glam Private Shopping Event

Casa Noble Tequila sponsored The Spring Glam Event: The Guide To The Season's Top Essentials, at Bloomingdale's in Century City on Thursday, April 23rd.
The exclusive social group BuzzGirls was in attendence for the night of Casa Noble cocktails and designer labels which was led by, Angelino Magazine's Deputy Editor, Jade Chang to identify the season's hottest picks.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Supper Club Dinner Party at Luau

The Supper Club was founded as an exclusive private members club that travels from venue to venue organizing exceptional events in the hottest, most exclusive resturants in the Los Angeles Area. The Supper Club mission is to bring together the most interesting and talented people in unique places for parties that create and promote the most inticing networking options available.

SLS Hotel Spa Ciel Opening with Casa Noble

Casa Noble sponsored an enchanted evening celebrating the opening of Ciel- Spa at SLS, the essence of serenity and delightful discovery, on Wednesday, April 22, 2009.
The trendy new SLS Hotel welcomed an exclusive guestlist to sip, savour, mix and mingle between the Altitude rooftop pool deck and the 2nd floor Ciel, where guests enjoyed "Spa Tapas" (mini treatments) and snacks by the highly acclaimed chef Jose Andres.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Casa Noble Featured on Dude and the Duder at The


Tuesday, April 21, 2009
The Gasconade
Dude and Duder
Im really sick and tired of everybody thinking that Patron is the end all be all of Tequila. ITS NOT. For those of you who like to mix things up a bit and jump off the hype bandwagon try this. The hard part is finding it.Casa Noble has been producing tequila for as long as the United States has declared its Independence. That long history only amounts to near-perfect techniques and closely guarded trade secrets which make their product truly unique. A careful selection of mature agave pinas are slow-cooked, then fermented, and triple distilled. Ranging from silver, the Casa Noble Crystal, to the most refined, the Añejo, every spirit has its own character and can be distinguished by the color of the hand-blown decanter that comes with it. It'll run you about $60.
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Monday, April 20, 2009

Casa Noble Tequila is Featured on

Casa Noble Tequila Receives USDA Organic Certification

Posted Apr 19th 2009 11:00AM
By Alison Wellner
Filed under: Spirits
Hello Luxist community! I'm new to the team and looking forward to joining the conversation. There's probably more than you'd ever want to know about me here, but in short, I travel the world about a third of the time in search of what's cool, fascinating and fabulous. And the rest of the time ... well I do the same thing at home, either in New York City or in Litchfield County, CT.So I will be toasting tonight with Casa Noble tequila, which just received USDA organic certification. It still doesn't quite qualify as health food, but Casa Noble's triple-distilled tequilas are made from the organically-grown slow roasted hearts of blue agave cactus, fermented without additives, and aged in French White Oak barrels. The Añejo rests two years in the barrels and it's smooth, woody and just a touch fruity. It retails for $59.95, and the beautifully designed purple decanter is an added bonus. In a nod to fine whiskey, Casa Noble also has started to offer a limited edition single barrel line. For this version, the Añejo rests for five years, and costs $129.95.

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Friday, April 10, 2009

Casa Noble Tasting at Maison 140 on The Liquid

Friday, April 10, 2009

Casa Noble In Da HouseA regal drink in a stylish atmosphere is among my favorite indulgences. So, this week’s tasting with Casa Noble’s own David Ravandi at Maison 140 in Beverly Hills made my hot-list of to-do’s. One of the unique aspects of this tequila event was the pairing of Mexico’s beloved export with luscious European cheeses.Casa Noble has been a family-owned distillery since the 1700’s in the town of Tequila, Mexico. The blue agave spirit is triple-distilled and the reposado (rested) and añejo (aged) versions are aged in slightly charred new white French oak casks. Ravandi calls his unaged tequila “crystal” rather than blanco, and feels that it shows off the integrity of the Casa Noble brand. In his opinion, the quality of a tequila should be judged by the least aged tequila.Our tasting began with the cleanly distilled crystal paired with a creamy goat cheese. The flavorful reposado (aged 364 days) was lovely with a Roquefort, and the layered nuances of the newly released 2-year aged añjeo were wonderful with the Stilton. After the pairing, we sampled the Single Barrel Reposado and Single Barrel Añejo – which we sampled on their own so as not to interrupt the purity of each sip.In a few weeks, Casa Noble will celebrate its official status (by the USDA) as a Certified Organic product. And, at the 2009 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Casa Noble’s Single Barrel Añejo was awarded with a “Double Gold” medal in the Best Extra-Añejo Tequila category. While this tequila is lovely on its own, these signature cocktail recipes served at Maison 140 will help you sip dignified Casa Noble tequila drinks in your maison.Nobelita2 parts Casa Noble Organic Crystal3 parts Fresh Pomegranate Juice1 part Organic Orange Juice1 lemon wedgeShake with ice, strain into a champagne flute or martini glass.Casa 140 (The CN version of a tequila mojito)1 oz. Casa Noble Organic CrystalFresh Mint (plucked from Maison 140’s back garden)Lime Juice1 sugar cubeMuddle mint, sugar and mint in the bottom of a wine or Rocks glass. Fill the remainder of the glass with ice cubes and a dash of Sprite

Wednesday, April 08, 2009 Features Casa Noble Announcment of Organic Certification and 2009 World Spirits Award for Single Barrel Anejo

Media Release: Casa Noble’s Award-Winning Triple-Distilled Tequilas Receive Organic Certification from the USDA
Posted on April 6, 2009 by intoxicologist

The brand’s distinctive new Single Barrel line garners award recognition at the
2009 World Spirits Competition

(BEVERLY HILLS, CA; April 6, 2009)—Casa Noble, a family-owned distillery founded over 200 years ago in Jalisco, Mexico, celebrates its official endorsement from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as certified organic, marking its arrival as one of only two certified organic tequilas available worldwide. Attention to authentic tequila production methods and innovative distillation approaches have in turn garnered the brand widespread accolades. Most recently, at the 2009 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the new Casa Noble Single Barrel Añejo was awarded a double gold medal in the Extra-Añejo category.
“We are elated to be recognized as one of the world’s first organic tequilas, confirming a tradition that has been in place since our founding in 1776,” says Founding Partner Jose Hermosillo.
Adds partner David Ravandi: “Casa Noble’s dedication to preserving the environment and land allows us to produce the finest agave which results in an award-winning line of tequilas. It is flattering to receive recognition from an industry that is constantly striving to better its standard of excellence, allowing us in turn to push the creative envelope further in developing a truly exceptional product.”
At Casa Noble, each detail of the production process—from cultivating the organically grown blue agave plants to the natural fermentation, triple distillation, and lengthy aging—ensures the properties and aromas are distinguishable in its 100% Organic Blue Agave tequila. The tequila brand is unique in the fact that it oversees both the organic agave growth and distillation of the ultra-premium tequilas on its 1,500-acre privately owned family estate, distillery, and barrel house. Over the last two centuries, the agave fields, made rich with the region’s unique volcanic soil, have been cultivated without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides to maximize the special aromatic and gustatory qualities unique to tequila, while preserving the authentic nature of the spirit. Casa Noble’s fermentation process utilizes wild natural yeast cultivated at the distillery to maintain the integrity of the organic, chemical-free process. The maestro tequilero, or master distiller, and his staff turn leftover fermented mulch (including the fibrous head and tail of the agave plants) into compost that is reused as fertilizer for the land. Casa Noble further distinguishes itself with an unusually qualitative distillation process. Most tequilas are distilled twice, but Casa Noble is triple distilled, which refines the tequila’s characteristics even further. Taking the organic process to the next level, Casa Noble spares no attention to detail, including closely monitoring its on-site water sources and wells for purity, and the careful cleaning of transportation vehicles and tools with organic cleansers.
Casa Noble’s portfolio features three distinct lines of award-winning tequila including Casa Noble Crystal, Reposado, and Añejo, the result of an all-natural, triple-distillation process, aged in French white oak barrels. Each tequila is distributed in Casa Noble’s newly created, hand-blown sculpted glass decanters adorned with the company’s distinctive new logo.
In 2009, a limited number of Casa Noble single-barrel Reposado and Añejo became available for aficionados who want to savor the unique qualities that result from extended aging in its own barrel; in addition, each bottle of the single-barrel is numbered, labeled, and signed by its makers. “Our Single-barrel tequilas define inimitable luxury and quality, serving as the ultimate expression of tequila craftsmanship,” Hermosillo notes. “Each barrel has its own distinct flavor profile, which results in every bottle offering a unique tasting experience to the consumer.”

Casa Noble Tequila retails for $39.95, $49.95, and $59.95 per 750 ml for Crystal, Reposado, and Añejo, respectively. The single-barrel Reposado and Añejo are available for $54.95 and $129.95, respectively. Casa Noble is currently exported to over 23 countries worldwide and served at high-end hotels, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs in major metropolitan cities across 39 states in the U.S., with plans of expansion in coming months. For additional information, including cocktail recipes and locations at which to purchase the brand, please see, or visit Casa Noble on Facebook and Twitter.

Monday, April 06, 2009

Casa Noble Announces Organic Certification in

Drinking Green- Orangic Alcohol Making the Grade

April 5th 2009 4:19PMBy Carly Milne
Casa Noble tequila just landed their official organic certification from the USDA last week, making it the second of only two organic tequilas on the market. Casa Noble is the result of 200 years worth of production history from a family distillery in Jaslisco, Mexico. Theirs is a 100% blue agave tequila, naturally fermented with no additives and triple distilled before bottling. Their dedication to quality landed the company's Single Barrel Anejo Double Gold at the 2009 San Francisco World Spirit Competition. So if green is your overall goal, look for these labels next time you're hitting the liquor store. They – and you – can make a world of difference.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Casa Noble Sponsors JANUS et Cie

Dallas' finest designers and design-lovers came out to the sleek JANUS et Cie furniture showroom to scope out the newest elegant and chic fixtures for the Spring season on April 2nd, 2009. Casa Noble provided a one on one private tasting for Dallas' design elite. To compliment the divine agave tastes, Wolgang introduced a divine menu of hor d'oeuvres created for the JANUS debut.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Casa Noble Tasting with Houston's Pico's

Hundreds of Riedel glasses filled the banquet room in anticipation of 70 eager tequila aficionados pouring into the cozy Houston restaurant. Casa Noble boasted its luxury line of premium tequilas at Pico's on April 1st, 2009. This traditional venue has exposed it's loyal customers to 7 different regions in Mexico for over 25 years. Owner and Chef, Arnoldo Richards, created a delectable menu in celebration of the event. The pairing included soft shelf crabs with Casa Noble's blanco, Crystal. Water crest salad balanced the Casa Noble Reposado flawlessly. Lastly, the evening would not have been complete without a lamb shank simmered in Pencas of Agave, which graced the pallate with Casa Noble's exquisite 2 year Añejo. Casa Noble's Jose Hermosillo held the intimate tasting, including a briefing on the enticing history of tequila, the brand, and detailed production methods of Casa Noble.