Edward Dillon and Co, distributor of premium spirit and wine brands, recorded a rise in profits in 2015.
According to The Irish Times, the company, which distribute brands such as Veuve Cliquot, Bombay Sapphire, Grey Goose, Krug, Jack Daniel’s and Dom Pérignon, saw its pre-tax profits increase by 68 per cent.
Edward Dillon and Co is owned by Moët Hennessy, Bacardi-Martini and Brown-Forman subsidiary Longnorth. It recorded profits of €1.67 million in 2015, compared to €989,000 the year previous.
Despite the marked increase in profits, revenue dipped slightly from €57.8 million to €56.3 million.