Food supplier Salvo 1968 teams up with Grossi Wines

24 May 2013 by
Food supplier Salvo 1968 teams up with Grossi Wines

Fine Italian food supplier Salvo 1968 has set up a new collaboration with importers and distributors Grossi Wines, sourcing from small artisan Italian producers, to extend its service to catering clients.

Giuseppina Cumbo, managing director of Salvo 1968, explained: "We are very excited at this new joint venture. Grossi Wines has an expert portfolio which means we can offer our customers a comprehensive range of exclusive wines, complementing perfectly the high-quality foods that we already supply."

Most of the Grossi Italian wines are new to the UK market and some are only produced in quantities as little as 600 bottles per year.

Carlo Grossi of Grossi Wines, said: "Our producers handpick their grapes and create beautiful, natural wines, giving full expression of their variety and of the terroir in which they are grown.

"We are delighted to work alongside Salvo 1968. They have an outstanding reputation in the industry alongside their highly regarded history of service and first class products. This will give us an opportunity to present our wines to some of the leading restaurateurs and foodservice operators in the UK, who are already working closely with the Salvo 1968 team."

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