Hispanicize 2016, the iconic 7th annual Latino trends and newsmakers event that takes place in Miami next week April 4-8, announced that California’s Riboli Family Wine Estates has been named the event’s first official Wine Sponsor ever.

Riboli Family Wine Estates will be hosting daily Happy Hour tastings, Tuesday through Friday, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Hispanicize music and lifestyle lounge.

Founded 99 years ago in Los Angeles the family-owned company has remained at the forefront of the wine industry through four generations. Riboli Family Wine Estates (www.riboliwines.com) produces a wide range of award-winning wines, including the Hot Brand Stella Rosa, America’s number one imported Italian wine (www.stellarosawines.com).

“We are honored to be the first official wine sponsor of Hispanicize,” said Steve Riboli, vice president of Riboli Family Wine Estates. “We recognize the value of the Hispanic community and look forward to introducing our wine to all the participants and broadening our loyal customer base in south Florida and across the country.”

Presented by Prudential Financial, the 7th annual Hispanicize 2016, the nation’s premier gathering of Latino digital content creators, marketers, journalists, musicians, filmmakers and tech entrepreneurs, is taking place April 4-8, 2016 at Miami’s InterContinental Hotel. The Diversity Tech Summit of Hispanicize will take place on Thursday, April 7th and Friday, April 8th.

Next week’s Hispanicize 2016 Week features a record-breaking 220+ speakers in 100+ sessions, workshops, fireside chats and keynotes. Hispanicize 2016 also includes the first annual DiMe Summit, the 3rd annual Positive Impact Awards gala, the 2nd annual Tecla Awards and the 1st annual Diversity Tech Showcase.

The final schedule can be accessed at http://hispanicizeevent.com/schedule/ or via the smartphone apps of iTunes, Android. To purchase a pass to attend the event REGISTER HERE. To reserve a hotel room visit http://bit.ly/20wa0iM. See the official preview video of Hispanicize 2016 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ys3_h5m8V6s)

In the spirit of its theme #PowerInUnity, this year’s event is being produced in collaboration with Geoscape, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Latino Startup Alliance and BlackTech Week.

In addition to Prudential Financial, as of today, announced sponsors also include: Amazon, Cricket Wireless, Google, Best Western, Unilever, Carnival Corporation, Facebook, Toyota, Que Rica Vida, Coca-Cola, Verizon Wireless, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Home Depot, Monster Products, Walt Disney Pictures, ViveMejor, Wells Fargo, State Farm, JetBlue Airways, KOA, Hennessy VSOP, Stitch Fix, Riboli Family Wine Estates, Nestle’s La Lechera, Dominican Republic Tourism, MSNBC, NBC News, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, Comcast, Savings.com, Comcast, JCPenney, Microsoft, Pinterest, USA Network, The Miami Herald Media Company, CNN en Español, Discovery U.S. Hispanic Networks, Diario Las Americas, Fox News Latino, Kelley Blue Book, Visit Philly, Burson Latino, StudioB, Alma, República, Synergy Workspaces, Miami Dade College’s School of Entertainment & Design Technology, Sensis, BTL Network, IZEA, Paco Collective, BodenPR, Newlink Americas, Pinta, American Heart Association, the Calvert Foundation, Juan La Iguana, Raydr, the Jackson Health Foundation, the Art Experience and Bright Box.

Additional media partners include: The Latino Startup Alliance, BlackTech Week, Voto Latino, Geoscape, Hispanicize Wire, PRODU, El Sentinel, Puerto Rico BloggerCon, Hispanic PR Blog, the Hispanic Public Relations Association, Black Enterprise, Media Moves, iBlog Magazine, SAG-AFTRA, Digital Trends en Español, Social Media Week Miami, HipLatina.com and Creative Juice Online.

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