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Skurnik Wines & Spirits Announces Rhode Island Expansion 

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10 January – New York, NY – Skurnik Wines & Spirits, the national importer of fine wines from around the world, has announced  they will begin operating as a full service distributor in the State of Rhode Island, as of Feb 1, 2022. With this expansion, Skurnik increases its direct wholesale distribution network to nine states (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and California). 

Skurnik will offer a full portfolio of wine brands in Rhode Island, many of which have long been associated with the  company, such as France’s Vilmart and Pierre Péters, Austria’s Schloss Gobelsburg and Bründlmayer, Germany’s Selbach-Oster and Dönnhoff, Italy’s Lisini and ArPePe, Spain’s Raúl Pérez, and California’s Martinelli Vineyards and  Rhys Vineyards. They will also offer an array of craft spirits as well, such as Chichibu, Mars, El Dorado, Real Minero  and the Armagnacs of Charles Neal. 

Skurnik Wines & Spirits CEO Michael Skurnik said, “We have long had a presence in the state of Connecticut, so it  just seemed a natural fit to make our wines and spirits available to the neighboring Ocean State of Rhode Island.” 

Skurnik Wines & Spirits is an importer and distributor of fine wines and spirits headquartered in the heart of New  York City. They offer for sale (to the trade only) a high quality, diversified portfolio of wines and spirits from around  the world. The company began with just a handful of relatively unknown estates in 1987 and has since grown to  represent over 500 estates. They are a national importer and also have direct wholesale operations in 9 states.

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