Interview with Chilled Magazine

 Photo Courtesy of Greg Buda

Photo Courtesy of Greg Buda

Antonia Fattizzi has managed, marketed and sold boutique wines and spirits in the United States market for the past thirteen years.

She is an expert in the field and her company Cork and Tin is the voice for small and emerging brands in the beverage industry. Check out what she tells Chilled about guiding spirits on the road to success... click to read more

Cork and Tin representing Aberlour in the NYC market!

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Speyside’s best-kept secret is out, and it’s time for Scotch lovers to discover this historic and highly-awarded distillery. In business for well over 100 years, the quality in Aberlour speaks for itself. The water and barley are sourced just minutes from the distillery and most of our single malts undergo double cask maturation.

Aberlour's motto, “Let The Deed Show” traces back to Founder James Fleming’s family dictum. Improving the lives of those who helped realize his dream of creating the finest Speyside single malt was his goal; in the present day this mantra stands as a reminder to all who represent and enjoy Aberlour that every good deed, no matter how big or small, makes a difference..and deserves a great dram.

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Steve McCarthy: Clear Creek Distillery

A conversation with Steve McCarthy, Founder and Master Distiller of Clear Creek Distillery

By Antonia Fattizzi, Founder/President, Cork and Tin

DrinkUpNY.com

Founded in 1985 by Steve McCarthy, Clear Creek Distilleries has become a leader of European distillation techniques in Portland, Oregon. Showcasing the best of “pure fruit spirits from the Pacific Northwest” such as eau de vies, grappas, liqueurs and whiskeys, Clear Creek Distilleries celebrates its 30th anniversary this month... click to read more

 

Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 3 of 3)

Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 3 of a 3-part series)

By Antonia Fattizzi, Founder/President, Cork and Tin

DrinkUpNY.com

You may know Steven Soderbergh as an Academy Award-winning producer, director and filmmaker.  Add to that: spirit importer.  Singani, produced solely in the Bolivian Andes since 1530, is a pomace brandy based in white Muscat of Alexandria grapes.... click to read more

Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 2 of 3)

 

Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 2 of a 3-part series)

By Antonia Fattizzi, Founder/President, Cork and Tin

DrinkUpNY.com

In Part 2 of this 3-part series, we discuss the challenges that new importer Steven Soderbergh faces with his Bolivian spirit, Singani 63.

To say that introducing a new wine or spirit in the USA is not for the faint of heart is putting it lightly. The decision to import and distribute in a market as competitive as the USA... click to read more

Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 1 of 3)

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Steven Soderbergh & Singani 63 (Part 1 of a 3-part series)

By Antonia Fattizzi, Founder/President, Cork and Tin

DrinkUpNY.com

Recently I met with the renowned movie producer and director, Steven Soderbergh, to discuss an extraordinary spirit called Singani 63 (Singani63.com) and his 6-year journey importing it from Bolivia into the United States. Produced solely in the Bolivian Andes since 1530 (5,250 feet or higher, to be exact), Singani is a pomace brandy based in white Muscat of Alexandria grapes... click to read more