Monday February 17, 2020

Deloitte: Barry & Fitzwilliam has an independent spirit

Company distributes hundreds of wines from around the world

6th March, 2016
Michael Barry, managing director of Barry & Fitzwiliam

When Cork company Barry’s Wines & Spirits merged with Dublin-headquartered Fitzwilliam Wines & Spirits in 1990, it had one aim – to be Ireland’s largest independent distributor in its field.

Twenty-six years later, it has achieved that goal – and with an ever-increasing portfolio of household names and eclectic brands, it is extending its footprint in the ever-evolving market of Irish alcoholic beverages.

The Barry & Fitzwilliam story actually started eight years...

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