After four generations in wine, the Opici family continues to grow and diversify its company.  

More than a century ago, husband-and-wife duo Joseph and Esther Opici emigrated from Italy to New Jersey, where they began to sell imported wines they received from their friends back home. The operation, which became a small local business in 1913, grew steadily for years, only to be shuttered by Prohibition and then further stalled after Repeal by the Great Depression. But perseverance paid off, and the Opicis eventually returned to wine importing in a big way. What’s followed has been a decades-long run of success for a company that now thrives under fourth-generation Opici family leadership. 

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