Dallas, TX (10/20/20)- Vision Wine & Spirits, the national sales & import division of Martignetti Companies, is pleased to announce a new broker partnership with Classified Wine & Spirits for the state of Texas. Classified Wine & Spirits has been appointed to represent the entire Vision portfolio.

Classified Wine & Spirits, LLC. was created in 2003 as a partnership between founders David Smith and Paul Kundrouf out of Austin, Texas. Established as a sales and marketing consulting company, CWS provides context and focus to local markets and creates long-term relationships across the entire supply chain including all types of on and off premise accounts and the final consumer. Today, David continues the legacy of CWS as an industry leader. Classified Wine & Spirits excels in service and experience and works actively to develop brands, achieve account distribution and foster a strong, positive market image while achieving profitable sales.

“We are excited to have such detailed and diligent professionals in the Classified team representing Vision Wine & Spirits, and we believe they will be an invaluable piece of the business we have built and continue to build together,” said Marquel Dougherty, the Southwest Division Manager for Vision Wine & Spirits.

Vision Wine & Spirits is a national importing company that represents a portfolio of high-quality wine and spirit brands. The company specializes in products that are traceable to the place they were born, that are transparent and tell a unique story. They are proud to share these stories of authenticity, craftsmanship, a sense of place with our partners across the US. Brands include Ron del Barrilito, Ron Centenario, VDKA 6100, Dashfire, San Felice Wines, Rock Rose Gin, Barr an Uisce Irish Whiskey and Thomas Henry Sodas.

Vision Wine & Spirits is a division of the Martignetti Companies, the 7th largest distributor in the United States, and an independent family-owned business since 1908.

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