Three Brothers recognized for fast growth

Three Brothers Wineries & Estates is pleased to announce that it has earned a spot on the 2021 Top 100 list of fastest-growing, privately owned companies in the Rochester and Finger Lakes region. Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce plans to reveal the 35 th annual Top 100 rankings at the Top 100 awards dinner on November 4.

Co-Owner and President Erica Paolicelli says “We’re thrilled to discover that we made the list of fastest-growing companies.  2020 was a demanding year presenting many tough decisions that led to substantial changes in the way we conduct business. 

With the uncertainty surrounding small businesses today, we’re proud of this accomplishment.  This accolade speaks volumes about our team; without their unwavering support, creativity, willingness to help in any way needed, we wouldn’t have survived let alone shown growth during the pandemic.  We’re grateful to have made this esteemed list in the past, but this time feels extra special.”

To be eligible for the Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 program, companies must be privately owned, headquartered in the nine-county Rochester region, and have earned at least $1 million in revenue in each of the three most recent fiscal years. Greater Rochester Chamber President and CEO Bob Duffy said, “The Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 program serves as the perfect illustration that Rochester has indeed moved from a company town of a few major employers to a place made up of industry from every sector. This year we are excited to see a strong cross-section of well-established companies and startups competing for a coveted spot on the list. The 2021 Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 companies employ close to 67,000 people and reported total revenue of over $14 billion in the most recent fiscal year. The economic impact generated by these businesses has real and lasting influence on our community, and we are proud to have them in our region.”

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