Skip to main content


Connect with the local beverage industry. Trade news, trends and insights.

Slocum & Sons Features Wine and Spirits On-Premise

By April 26, 2016Connecticut, Top News
Antoine Blech, Partner/Owner, Le Fat Poodle; Alex Meier-Tomkins, Key Account Manager Fairfield County, Slocum & Sons; Ian Toogood, Manager, Le Fat Poodle; Lydia Cummins, Winemaker, Sidebar Cellars; Kelly Kerekes, Sales Representative, Slocum & Sons; George Staikos, Eastern U.S. Sales Manager, Ramey Wine Cellars; and Cameron Frey, Winemaker, Ramey Wine Cellars.

Slocum & Sons, along with Wines by Dalla Terra Wines Direct, hosted an Italian Wine Dinner at The Willows at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Bristol on February 26, 2016. The dinner featured the 2014 Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio, the 2014 Inama Soave Classico, the 2012 Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico, the 2012 Aia Vecchia Sor Ugo and lastly, the 2007 Badia a Coltibuono Vin Santo. On February 29, at 4 Eat & Drink, a newly opened bar and tapas restaurant in Farmington, Slocum & Sons participated in a dinner featuring Litchfield Distillery and Westford Hill Distillery products. The event also featured Connecticut Black Hog Brewing, Lucky Goat Butcher Shop, Libros Produce and Stonington Scallops. In March, Slocum & Sons welcomed Winemaker Cameron Frey of Ramey Wine Cellars to Connecticut. An educational wine tasting was held at Le Fat Poodle in Greenwich, which featured the California wines of Ramey Wine Cellars. Slocum & Sons also celebrated the St. Patrick’s Day holiday by offering a Glendalough Irish Whiskey Dinner at Burtons Grill in South Windsor.


« | »