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Marani Brands Executes Distribution With Specialty Cellars a World Leader in Importing and Distribution of Boutique Premium Wines, Craft Beers and Now Ultra-Premium Crafted Spirits

TUSTIN, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/26/14 -- Marani Brands (OTC Pink: MRIB) (PINKSHEETS: MRIB) is proud to have Specialty Cellars start distribution of Marani through the State of California.

Specialty Cellars is a purveyor, importer and distributor of world-class premium boutique wines, craft beers and specialty foods. Currently we represent wineries from Argentina, Australia, Chile, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the in US -- California, Washington and Oregon, and continue to discover hard to find artisan wines that represent exceptional quality and value. In addition, we have recently discovered a few exceptional craft breweries that we've launching in the U.S. -- one from Tuscany, Birrificion Bruton in Lucca, Italy and another, Mountain Goat, in Australia with more on the way! At Specialty Cellars we pride ourselves on representing artisan wines and beers that offer outstanding values for our customers and are dedicated to providing unparalleled customer service, knowledge, support and realized value.

The following is a list of retailers and restaurants in California purchasing specialty cellar wines.

  • Abe's Liquor
  • All Corked Up
  • Amazing Grape
  • Appellations
  • Bacchus
  • Bristol Farms
  • Costco
  • Green Jug
  • Hi-Time Wine Cellars
  • House of Spirits
  • Laguna Culinary Arts
  • Larchmont Village Wine and Cheese
  • Malibu Village Wine
  • Morry's of Naples
  • Mr. Stox
  • Raley's - multiple locations
  • Sepulveda Wine Co.
  • Silverlake Wines
  • The Bottle Shop
  • The Cellars Wine Shop
  • The Vintage Shoppe
  • The Wine Club
  • The Wine Country
  • The Wine House
  • Topline
  • Vincente Foods
  • Vino 100 - multiple locations
  • VinoNow.com
  • Wades Wines
  • Weaver Wines
  • Whole Foods -
  • Wine Exchange
  • Wine Stop
  • WineStyles - multiple locations
  • Woodland Hills Wine Co.

Hotels/Country Clubs

  • Four Seasons Hotels
  • Hotel Bel-Air
  • Marriott - Desert Springs
  • Omni Hotels & Resorts
  • Santa Ana Country Club
  • Shade Hotel
  • The Roosevelt

Restaurants/Wine Bars

  • Aioli
  • Allegro's
  • Avenue
  • BottleRock
  • Breakwater Grille
  • Brix Wine Bar
  • Café Pierre
  • Café Pinot
  • Ciao Trattoria
  • Crush
  • Cut - Wolfgang Puck Steakhouse at the Regent Beverly Wilshire (a Four Seasons property)
  • Delius Restaurant
  • Eva's
  • Firefly Bistro
  • Flemings Prime Steakhouse
  • Frog's Breath
  • Fulton's
  • Gina Lee's Bistro
  • Green Parrot Cafe
  • Il Boccaccio
  • Lakotas by the Lake
  • Mediterraneo
  • Momoyama's
  • Moonshadows
  • Nella Cucina
  • Ortolan
  • Red Ginger
  • Sona
  • Sullivans Steakhouse
  • Tesoro Trattoria
  • The Farm
  • The Golden Truffle
  • The Shore
  • Versai
  • Vicky's of Sante Fe
  • Zazou

For more information on Marani Brands: http://www.maranibrands.com

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Marani Brands, Inc.
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