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E&J Gallo Winery

Farrell Distributing

E. & J. Gallo Winery is the largest family-owned winery in the world today, with fifteen family members, spanning three generations of the Gallo family, actively working in the business. Established in 1933 and headquartered in Modesto, California, E. & J. Gallo Winery remains a privately-held and ever-growing company that employs more than 6,500 people worldwide.

E. & J. Gallo Winery offers a broad array of products that total more than 90 brands and include table, sparkling and luxury wines, beverage products, dessert wines and distilled spirits.

Palm Bay International

Farrell Distributing

Celebrating 45 years in 2022, Palm Bay International is a progressive, family-owned wine & spirits organization that is a proven industry leader. Palm Bay has its roots in Italian wine and now offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios in the U.S., comprising prestigious estates, distilleries and popular brands from 15 countries. In recent years, under the leadership of third generation family member and CEO Marc D. Taub, Palm Bay has been developing a growing cache of domestic wines. In collaboration with its valued long-term wholesale partners, Palm Bay is well-equipped to meet the needs of all segments of the market on a national basis.

Copper Cane

Farrell Distributing

With a focus on innovation and genuine craftsmanship, Copper Cane Wines & Provisions houses a collection of brands that are crafted to offer a touch of luxury for everyday indulgence. The current portfolio includes: Elouan Pinot Noir from Oregon, Belle Glos Pinot Noirs from prime California coastal vineyards, Beran Zinfandels of California, Carne Humana Red and White Blends from Napa Valley, and Steorra, a Brut Sparkling wine made of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grown in Sonoma County’s prestigious Russian River Valley.

Foley Family Wines

Farrell Distributing

Established by Bill Foley in 1996, Foley Family Wines is a portfolio of highly acclaimed wines from some of the world’s greatest vineyards. Every brand in the company’s portfolio has a distinct style and legacy.

House of Smith

Farrell Distributing

Charles Smith is the visionary winemaker behind iconic brands like K Vintners and Substance. Charles has received over 200 scores of 95 points and above and nearly 1,200 scores of 90 points and above from leading wine publications. Today, House of Smith is the largest independent and winemaker-owned winery in Washington State with wines sold in all 50 states and 23 countries worldwide.

Farrell - Expressions of Piedmont

Farrell Distributing

Farrells proudly provide high-quality beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages to retailers throughout the Green Mountain State. With facilities in both South Burlington and Rutland, and a large workforce, we are equally equipped to cater to the needs of different types of retailers – from national corporations, to large and small independent stores, to fine dining establishments. We are pleased to be able to bring variety, value and choice to our customers, regardless of their location.

Farrell - Fun in France

Farrell Distributing

We are a fourth-generation Vermont family business with a strong commitment to serving our customers, our employees and our community. Thomas A. Farrell and several of his brothers founded M.M. Farrell & Sons in a small warehouse on Pine Street in Burlington, becoming the first licensed distributor in Vermont after Prohibition.

Deutsch Family Wines

Farrell Distributing

Deutsch Family Wine and Spirits was founded in 1981 by Chairman Bill Deutsch to market quality wines produced by prestigious families from major Appellations of the world. The business that initially began with two employees importing a few family producers from France four decades ago has grown to include a prestigious roster of internationally renowned, award-winning wine and spirits brands nurtured by more than 340 employees.

Jackson Family Wines

Farrell Distributing

A family business and a family passion, Jackson Family Wines is a collection of esteemed wineries and vineyards. The Jackson Family Wines collection includes esteemed estate-based wineries in the premier growing regions of California, Oregon, France, Italy, Australia, and South Africa.

Martin Ray Winery

Baker's Distributing

The name Martin Ray resonates deeply in the history of California Winemaking. Martin Ray was a pioneer, dedicated to crafting single varietal, region specific wine from 1943 through 1972 in Saratoga, in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains. In 2003, Martin Ray Vineyards & Winery made its home in the Russian River Valley, on the edge of Green Valley at one of the oldest continually working wineries in California. Today, Courtney Benham and his winemaking team devote themselves to Ray’s ideology of making “wines of place”. By sourcing from hillside vineyards, they are relentless at telling the story of each exceptional appellation and vineyard. From our 12 acre Estate, to the mountain regions of Santa Cruz and Napa, to the northern reaches of Dry Creek Valley and Sonoma Coast, our portfolio offers an abundance of phenomenal growing regions, great farming, and meticulous detail to vintages.

Fetzer Vineyards

Baker's Distributing

Fifty years ago, the California wine industry was just getting started. The rest of the world hadn’t yet heard of Mendocino County, but Barney Fetzer knew he’d found an extraordinary place to grow wine grapes. An early pioneer of sustainable farming, he helped shape the quality and environmental consciousness of California wine. Beyond what’s in the glass, our Valley Oaks Food and  Wine Center was a vital locale for more than 20 years, catalyzing the farm to-table movement before it became a widely valued ethos. From humble roots, we’ve built a legacy of classic American wines rooted in a deep commitment to the land.

Maquam Wine Events

Baker's Distributing

Maquam is small family-owned winery on the shores of Lake Champlain in Vermont producing limited-production non-grape fruit wines.

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