Kingsland signs up Australia's Limestone Coast Winery

19 November, 2014

Kingsland has bolstered its agency portfolio by taking on Australia’s Limestone Coast Winery.

LCW sources grapes from across Australia, with a particular focus on flagship regions of the Limestone Coast such as Coonawarra and Mount Benson.

Its winery has a capacity for 12 million litres of wine, which Kingsland will ship over to the UK in bulk.  

“The synergy between our companies makes this a significant partnership for all parties,” said Kingsland’s Australia buyer Paul Braydon.  “Our business models are both built around being able to offer the best service possible to our customers and suppliers.  

“LCW has the flexibility in production volumes, styles and pricing that enables us to offer the fully tailored service we are known for in the UK - as well as the ability to create innovative new brands to meet future market requirements.”

Richie Vandenberg, managing director of LCW, added: “We are focused on reinvigorating the Australia category in the UK by producing a range of high-quality new and innovative wines in both bulk and bottled.”

LCW joins a portfolio that boasts the likes of McWilliam’s from Australia, Lutzville, Rickety Bridge and De Grendel from South Africa, Shorn and Rams-say from New Zealand, Torre Albarrana from Spain and Vino Pomona from Italy.




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