Gotham, December 2021

Cincoro Tequila co-founder and CEO Emilia Fazzalari shares her must-haves for hosting and they include our crystal bud vase.

From GOTHAM: “When it comes to florals and decor, I love to have small touches around the house,” says Fazzalari. “I usually decorate with bud vases to give small, delicate pops of color to a powder room or as a linear arrangement down the dining table as part of the table setting.” Jamali Garden leaning crystal bud vase.

When Emilia Fazzalari throws a holiday soiree for family and friends, it’s all about life’s little luxuries to ensure the comforts of home.

Emilia Fazzalari grew up in an Italian household where holiday meal prep was a sacred act. “We love to spend an afternoon making pasta sauce from scratch and preparing a feast we know everyone will enjoy throughout the evening,” says Fazzalari, co-founder and CEO of Cincoro Tequila. “The holidays are the best time to light a fire, throw on some great music, and fill the night with fun conversations and laughter with our closest friends and family.”


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More from GOTHAM: The entrepreneur, who’s married to Boston Celtics lead owner Wyc Grousbeck, says gatherings have even more meaning this year. “My son is off at college now, and my daughter isn’t far behind. The perfect holiday soiree for us is really when the house is full of our kids, their cousins and their friends who might stop by for dinner or just to visit.”

The CEO also has been riding the successful wave of her tequila brand, which has sold more than 1 million bottles since its launch two years ago.

“Our latest innovation is a limited, special-edition black crystal 1.75-liter extra añejo bottle we’re calling the Founders’ Series,” says Fazzalari. “The black crystal bottle is truly a work of art, but the extra añejo inside is the real showstopper.” When Fazzalari and Grousbeck host guests at their home this month, they’ll roll out the red carpet of comfort and add a few luxuries for cooking, sipping and more. We asked Fazzalari to share some of her favorites.

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