Enotria takes on Australian winery

09 January, 2014

Enotria has added boutique Australian winery Burch Family Wines to its portfolio.

The Burch Family umbrella covers to two established wineries – one located in Margaret River and the other in Denmarkl, both in western Australia.

Owner Jeff Burch, who runs the business with wife Amy, said: “Our brands are perfectly aligned with Enotria‟s fine wine customers. We are impressed with Enotria’s people, their market knowledge and relationships across the trade in the UK.

“Enotria is a distinguished specialist supplier and we are delighted to be included in their excellent portfolio of leading fine wine brands of the world”.

Enotria chief executive Alison Levett added: “This is a fantastic addition to the Enotria portfolio and one which reaffirms our mission to represent agencies who show commitment to quality at all levels, and who represent the very best of the world’s wine growing regions.

"Our portfolio continues to encapsulate all that is great and good about the world of wine – small artisan producers, iconic names and wineries that are true pioneers in their regions.”

Retailers trade can taste the wines on January 30 at the Australia Day tasting and on February 25 at the Enotria’s annual tasting.




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