Casa Del Sol Partners with Vogue World Paris Event


June 18, 2024

Casa Del Sol tequila bottles

Casa Del Sol, the luxury sipping tequila co-founded by Mexican-American actress, producer, director, and entrepreneur Eva Longoria, announced its official spirit partnership of Vogue100 and Vogue World Paris, the one-night celebration of 100 years of French fashion and sports taking place on Sunday, June 23 at the famed Place Vendôme.

The highly anticipated event will also kick-off the brand’s launch in France, with distribution in Paris and throughout the South of France, including St. Tropez, Aix-en-Provence, Cannes, and Nice.

“Our expansion into France has been a goal for quite some time given our ties to the country with our unique Cognac barrel aging,” Longoria said in a news release. “We couldn’t be more excited to bring Casa Del Sol to France and launch this market with an event as iconic as Vogue World Paris.” 

As the official spirit partner of Vogue World Paris, Casa Del Sol will be served during the event’s pre-party and show viewing party with Vogue100. The brand will also host their own intimate dinners and after parties throughout the weekend to celebrate their France expansion and Vogue World Paris partnership. 

Partnering with Schoen Distribution, the tequila will be available at select locations, including famed hotspots Nikki Beach and La Môme Groupe restaurants, on June 20. While this will be the first time that consumers are able to purchase Casa Del Sol in France, the brand has had a relationship with the country since its origin, partnering with Laurent Martell, the 9th generation of the Martell family, to source the Cognac barrels used for their unique barrel aging process.

Handcrafted with French Limousin Oak, the barrels are renowned for their loose grain which imparts certain characteristics of the oak that soften and enhance the spirit, resulting in Casa Del Sol’s distinct flavor and aromatic profile.

Casa Del Sol is made from the finest hand-selected 100% Blue Weber agave sourced from rich clay soil in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. To learn more, visit

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