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Opici Wines’ Market St. Spirits Expands World-Renowned Meletti Range with Distinctive, New Fernet!



Market St. Spirits, a division of Opici Wines, continues to grow its award-winning portfolio with the addition of Meletti Fernet. Founded in 2014, Market St. is dedicated to building a portfolio reflecting quality and craftsmanship across the price spectrum. Fully complementing Meletti’s world-renown range of class-leading liqueurs, the addition of Fernet is poised to deliver a carefully curated, hand-crafted offering at an exceptionally attractive price.

The finest, natural ingredients are cultivated, selected, and blended to create limited-production artisanal cordials, aperitivos, digestivos, and liqueurs of distinctive character.

Meletti Fernet dates back to 1878 when Silvio Meletti attended his first fair in Paris. Silvio left to his descendants a book with all the original recipes and after 149 years, his great-great-grandchildren; Matteo and Mauro Meletti, who represents the 5th generation of the family, took inspiration to produce Meletti Fernet, again.

“The addition of Meletti Fernet brings great satisfaction in knowing this exceptionally crafted selection fills a compelling price-value position for Market St. Spirits,” says Don Opici, Market St. Managing Director.

Meletti Fernet is available in 750ml with an SRP of $34.99.

“We are delighted to grow our relationship with Market St. Spirits,” says Matteo Meletti. “The US market continues to be a bright spot for Meletti and now the addition of our Fernet further elevates our presence at the finest dining and spirit accounts across the U.S.”

About Market St. Spirits: 

Focusing on artisanal spirits, Market St. Spirits is a division of Opici Wines. The award-winning portfolio includes Tullibardine Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, Highland Queen blended Scotch whiskies, the Temple Bar Irish Whiskies Line, Rebellion bourbon and rye, Brinley Shipwreck rums, Distilleries Franciacorta grappas, and Ready-to-enjoy Negroni Cocktail. Founded in 1913, family-owned fine wine importer Opici is today in the capable hands of the fourth generation, represented by Don Opici.

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