Sprits and wine producer Brown-Forman said the firm would buy power from the Solomon Forks wind project in Kansas, covering 90% of the company's annual electricity usage
The 15-year PPA was signed with developer Infinity Renewables. The 474MW project also has a 100MW PPA with US retailer Target, agreed in August 2017, and a deal for 160MW with communications firm T-Mobile.
The Solomon Forks project is due to come online in 2019.
Brown-Forman claimed to be the first spirits and wind producer to enter in to a renewables power purchase agreement in the US.
Other drinks companies, including Anheuser-Busch InBev — the maker of Budweiser beer — have previously agreed wind power deals.
Brown-Forman is targeting a 23% reduction in its greenhouse gas emissions, from 2012 levels, by 2023.
"This new wind project will add new renewable energy capacity to the grid and demonstrates our commitment to a lower carbon economy. We believe that renewable energy is a prime solution for a sustainable energy future," said Rob Frederick, Brown-Forman vice president of corporate responsibility.