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Please find a list of some of the top wine distributors in New Jersey, USA
Fedway Associates, Inc.
River Terminal Development
Building 56, Hackensack Avenue
Kearny, NJ 07032
Lauber Imports is a fine wine wholesaler that distributes and promotes
wines from the United States and from throughout the world in the New
York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania markets.
R & R Marketing, L.C.C
New Jersey´s Premier Wine and Spirit Wholesalers.
10 Patton Drive,
Caldwell, NJ 07006
West Caldwell Office
Admiral Wine Merchants:
Wine Importers and Distributors.
603 South 21st Street,
Irvington, NJ 07111
Phone: (973) 371-2211
(800) 582-9463 =
Importers of fine Italian wines to the US, Winebow also distributes
quality wines from around the world to retail stores and restaurants
in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. Be sure to
ask for these wines at your favorite wine merchant.
22 Hollywood Avenue, Suite C
Hohokus, NJ 07423
Tel: (201) 445-0620
Fax: (201) 445-9869
Allied Beverage Group, LLC:
July 1, 1996, an alliance of Baxter and F&A produced New Jersey’s
largest and most comprehensive beverage alcohol distributor. Allied
Beverage, LLC. In their first year of operation, ABG achieved sales in
excess of 245 million dollars as it represented the brands of the
industry’s major suppliers.
600 Washington Avenue
Carlstadt, NJ 07072
American B.D. Company:
The American Beverage Distribution Company of New Jersey, now known as
the American B.D. Company is the distributor for New Jersey of the
Opici Import Company.
The Opici Wine
Group is comprised of Cazanove-Opici, wholesale distributor for New
York, American B.D., wholesale distributor for New Jersey, Opici Wine
Company, wholesale distributor for Florida, Interwine, wholesale
distributor for Connecticut, and Opici Import Company.
American B.D. Co.
25 DeBoer Drive,
Glen Rock NJ 07452
Opici Regional Mgr: Vincenzo Guglietta
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