Fruit wines find feet once more
Published:  04 May, 2007

Norfolk fruit wine producer Broadland Wineries is back in business after spending 10 months in administration.

The company made a comeback on April 17 with a local relaunch of its 12 fruit wines.

Broadland has a new managing director, Mark Lansley, who said: "It was only recently when it seemed that Norfolk was about to lose another of its traditional and long-term producers. However, two months after leaving administration, the company is fighting fit and looking once again to make a significant contribution to the British wine industry."

The company has been producing fruit wines since 1966. The company also makes perry, fortified, mulled and tonic wines and runs a bottling plant.




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