The Marsalle Company:
Purveyors of Unique/Profitable Spirits and Wine Brands

The Marsalle Company is a United States importer of spirits and wine. It is our goal to provide unique and profitable brands to our distributor partners and Control State jurisdictions, with the highest ethical standards in the industry.

The Marsalle CompanyThe Stoller Family is family owned and operated by the Stoller family.

Experienced, reputable, innovative, successful.

Purchased by the Stollers in 1993, Marsalle has served the parent company well with direct imports from countries all over the world. The main office is in Elk Grove Village, IL. We have two shipping locations with full assortments of our products being warehoused in Chicago and New Jersey.

The future of the Marsalle Company is bright, as the owners and executive management are constantly evaluating new brands to represent. Marsalle will be selling an expanded and enhanced portfolio in the near future.

New Brands

Don Felix Plata and Reposado

Due to popular demand, the Banuelos family has expanded the Don Felix line to include two new types — Plata and Reposado. These new ultra premium tequilas join the critically acclaimed Don Felix Anejo to the delight of spirit aficionados everywhere. "Not all 100% agave tequilas are created equal!"

UB Real Irish Whiskey
Uisce Beatha Real Irish Whiskey

The Marsalle Company is pleased to announce a long term agreement recently signed with ROK Drinks to be the exclusive United States importer of a new Irish Whiskey — UB Real Irish Whiskey.

First distilled by Irish monks more than 1,000 years ago, the term "whiskey" is derived from the ancient Gaelic.

The product is a blend of Irish single malt and grain whiskies which have been matured for at least 4 years in ex-bourbon American oak casks to deliver a soft, subtle and delicately sweet flavor with a long, malty finish. At the 2014 Los Angeles International Craft Spirits Competition, UB Real Irish Whiskey won a gold medal.


We are honored to have been named the exclusive US importer of one of the fastest growing brands in America — Schwartzhog. Produced by Germany's historic Hardenberg-Wilthen AG, this unique, herbal liqueur has already won Impact's "Rising Star" award and earned a 92 point rating and "Best Buy" by The Wine Enthusiast. Schwartzhog contains the mysterious "wormwood" which promotes fun, excitement, and endurance. Enjoyed in "Hogtails" or as a shot, this liqueur's taste is becoming the preferred herbal brand in the US. "Shoot the Hog!"

Tommy Guns Vodka

We are very happy to announce that The Marsalle Company has been named the exclusive importer of an old favorite — Tommy Guns "Roaring 20's Bootleg Vodka." Ultra premium French vodka has been bottled in the unique, distinctive tommy gun package, bringing back memories of Al Capone, speakeasies, The Charleston, and gangsters. "Taste the 20's — It's not just vodka, it's the Roaring 20's!"

James Oliver American Whiskey, 86 proof

Discover the intriguing story of young James Oliver and his "bootlegging" history. We are excited to begin offering a craft companion to the already successful James Oliver Rye. Introducing James Oliver American Whiskey. This is a blend of three distinctly individual whiskies all aged separately in different types of barrels. The final stage blends them together and aged six weeks in ex-sherry barrels. James Oliver American Whiskey is a smooth satisfying sipper, or a unique spirit in any whiskey cocktail. At the prestigious 2015 International Whiskey Competition, the brand was named "Best American Whiskey" and earned a 1st Place Gold Medal. Congratulations James Oliver!


The Rebirth of a Classic Wine Region

Malbec Wines

Cahors, a region in southwest France, is in the process of reinventing itself as the fastest growing producer of Malbec in the world. One of the leading wine companies in Cahors is Pelvillain Freres, run by three brothers who are making incredible Malbecs which are fresh, round, and aromatic. Marsalle Company has been appointed exclusive importer in the USA, and we will be selling four distinctive labels, three of them earning 90+ scores in the Wine Enthusiast.