Showcased at this year’s London Wine Fair, Broadland Wineries has recently launched a new range
of wines exclusively aimed at the Off-Trade. Sourced from one of Langhorne Creek’s primary wine producers, the range has been launched to meet a growing demand for wines from this region, with the Langhorne Creek Association reporting an increase of 53% in volume and 50% in value of exports to the UK over the last 12 months (MAT to March 2017), momentum this range will help continue in 2018.
Produced by Senior Winemaker Peter Pollard of Project Wine and with a planned retail price of around £8, Broadlands has launched three 2016 vintages – Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon
, Cabernet Sauvignon-Sangiovese
and Shiraz Viognier
– with a Chardonnay
addition later in the year.
“Langhorne Creek is a hidden gem, producing very high quality fruit. Project Wine has significant expertise in the region meaning they can offer excellent value for money compared with equivalent wines from some of the better-known regions throughout Australia.”
Arabella Woodrow, MW at Broadland Wineries
Project Wine (formerly Langhorne Creek Winery) is one of Australia’s most dynamic and progressive wine producers, working very closely with all of their grower partners to ensure they have the best possible quality fruit. The winery is strategically located less than one hour from some of South Australia’s best known wine regions, including Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale, and less than two hours from the Limestone Coast and Barossa Valley. Like all good winemakers, Project Wine believes that great wines are made in the vineyards, and nurtured all the way through the winery. The result is a series of wines that combine meticulous fruit selection, gentle vinification and artful blending.
“….a true expression of regional winemaking that we are proud of…” Project Wine
To find out more about our new Australian range
or discuss with us how we can strengthen your Off-Trade
wine portfolio please contact us.