Young Influentials 2014 Finalist

Jayla Siciliano

Bon Affair

The beverage industry and, more specifically, alcohol markets are notoriously saturated and have high barriers for new product entry, even for the big timers like Heineken, Miller and Anheuser-Bush. That didn’t faze Jayla Siciliano, who saw a market for a premium wine spritzer, quit her product development job at Burton, cashed in her 401k and set out to bring to market a healthier option for the casual wine drinker.

Roughly two years after Bon Affair’s formation, Siciliano has two varieties of the spritzer on shelves.

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