Rising International Wine & Spirit Portfolio Showcases World-Class Quality
with America’s “Preeminent Theater”
Glen Rock, NJ April 2, 2019 – Fine wine importer Opici Wines and its artisan Spirits division, Market St. Spirits are proud to partner with Lincoln Center Theater for the 2nd Year.
Named “the pre-eminent theater in the country” by the New York Times, Lincoln Center Theater is celebrating its 34th year as the permanent constituent of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Selections from the Opici Wines & Market St. Spirits portfolio will be showcased at LCT Receptions and Opening Night parties for theatergoers and patrons in support of five plays during the 2019 Season, including LERNER & LOEWE’S MY FAIR LADY, NANTUCKET SLEIGH RIDE, MARY’S SEACOLE and two additional plays to be announced.
“Opici Wines is delighted to continue its affiliation with Lincoln Center Theater,” said Opici Wines Managing Director Don Opici. “We are proud to showcase our selections that perfectly reflect the best the marketplace has to offer — wines and spirits that highlight exceptional award-winning quality and value, that have international appeal and are relevant for today.”
Opici Wines is pleased to present the following award-winning wines and spirits as detailed below:
- LaLuca Prosecco DOC -Treviso, Italy
- Julia James California Pinot Noir – California USA
- El Coto Blanco & Rosado – Rioja, Spain
- Cesari Lugana & Mara Ripasso –Verona, Italy
- Vinosia Falanghina –Campania, Italy
- Luiano Chianti Classico Riserva – Tuscany, Italy
- Negroni Cocktail – Florence, Italy
- Tullibardine 228 Burgundy Scotch Whisky, Scotland
“We are thrilled to partner with Opici Wines for the 2019 season,” said Karin Shall, LCT Special Events.
“Opici Wines and its Market St. Spirits portfolio encompass superior wine and spirit quality that our patrons and theater goers seek and expect.”
Opici Wines is an importer and producer of fine wines and artisanal spirits from around the globe. The portfolio consists of nearly 50 brands and is available nationally through distributor partners. Founded in 1913 by Joseph Opici and his wife Esther, and re-established in 1934 upon the repeal of Prohibition.
Today, Opici Wines is headed by fourth-generation family member Don Opici.