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Broadland Wineries represents Project Wine at the Australia Day Tasting 2016

Wednesday 20 January 2016

Broadland Wineries is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at the Australia Day Tasting for the first time this year. Representing its partner winery, Project Wine, Broadland Wineries is delighted to be a part of the largest annual Australian wine trade tasting, outside of Australia. Featuring more than 1,000 Australian wines, the event coincides with Australia’s national holiday celebration and returns to Lindley Hall, Royal Horticultural Hall in London on Tuesday 26th January 2016.

Situated at table 25, Broadland Wineries will be showcasing a range of wines from its partner winery, Project Wine (formerly known as Langhorne Creek Winery). Established in 2001, Project Wine is a state-of-the-art grape processing, winemaking and storage facility in Langhorne Creek. It is strategically located within an hour of some of South Australia’s best known wine regions, including Adelaide Hills and the McLaren Vale. The winery benefits from extensive relationships with large growers, an expert winemaking team and an experienced and enthusiastic team. Project Wine’s supply model offers UK customers a secure and sustainable supply of key varietals from entry level to premium wines.

To sample this range of wines, Broadland Wineries invites you to visit us at table 25. For more information and to find out about listing these wines, please contact us now. To find out more about the Australia Day Tasting, click here. We look forward to seeing you at this tasting.

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