New York, NY (PressExposure) March 21, 2013 -- Empire Rockefeller Vodka and F. Rockefeller and Sons Champagne - 2004, had special supporting roles in the recent filming of the new 98 Degrees video "Microphone" as the Ultra premium vodka and Vintage champagne were used as props in a bottle service scene.
The video of the boy band featuring Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons was recently filmed at the famed Beecher's Madhouse Theater at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California and is due out later this year. The band's new album "2.0" - their first with new material in 13 years - is due out May 7.
Empire Rockefeller Vodka, part of the Vintage Rockefeller Wine & Spirits Group, came to market in 2012 and has quickly earned respect for its unique smooth taste. It is the only vodka in the world that is distilled six times in a copper cognac kettle in the Cognac region of France. The winter wheat used for Empire Rockefeller Vodka is done organically in France in the dedication of being as natural as possible. The water used in its production comes from pristine French springs, filtered through Champagne limestone. Empire Rockefeller starts off with what can be described as a very mild sweet start. This taste greets and lingers for a few seconds and gives way to a full-bodied middle followed by an extraordinary smooth, subtle finish.
F. Rockefeller and Sons Champagne is a vintage 2004 champagne that features a delicate stream of bubbles, a golden straw color and > honey-mingled aromas with notes of hazelnut and subtle notes of almond paste and vanilla. It has been described as fresh, well-rounded and astonishingly persistent.