21st Century Spirits has launched Blue Ice G under its Blue Ice handcrafted vodka range. Made from a blend of American grain, Blue Ice G is distilled five times and packaged in the brand’s signature “icicle bottle,” priced at $15 a 750-ml. Available nationwide, the new offering joins Blue Ice’s original potato-based vodka and its Blue Ice Organic Wheat vodka offshoot.

Opici Wines is rolling out a new Sangiovese blend, Spolverino. Spolverino is a blend of 80% Sangiovese and 20% Canaiolo. The 13.5%-abv offering will sell for around $15.99 a bottle. Spolverino, which is Italian for “feather duster,” bears a Stelvin Lux+ screwcap closure and QR code technology on the back label.

Heaven Hill is expanding its super-premium Bourbon range with the addition of Larceny, a new wheated whiskey. Larceny, which is 92-proof, will roll out into 12 markets — California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, North Carolina, New York, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia — in September, priced at $24.99 a 750-ml. bottle. The new Bourbon is targeted at males aged 30-50 “with refined taste and an appreciation for heritage and tradition.” Larceny is distilled in small batches from dumps of 100 or fewer barrels that have aged six to 12 years in Heaven Hill’s open rick warehouses in Nelson County, Kentucky.

Wine industry veterans Tyson Rippey, Barry Gnekow, Joseph Smith and Mark Albrecht have partnered on a new upscale Moscato brand, SIP, which will be marketed by Sonoma-based Vintage Point. Selling for $14.99 a bottle, SIP will roll out in several test markets later this month, with national distribution expected by January. SIP aims to differentiate itself in the increasingly crowded Moscato market by featuring no residual sugar, instead achieving a touch of sweetness through arrested fermentation.