Broadland Wineries adds Australian trio for off-trade

12 July, 2017

Broadland Wineries is launching a new range of wines from Australia's Langhorne Creek, aimed at the off-trade.

The Birds Eye View range is made by Project Wines, one of Langhorne’s primary wine producers. The range, which will be priced at £8 each, starts with three wines from the 2016 vintage – Sauvignon Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon Sangiovese and Shiraz Viognier – with a Chardonnay being added later in the year.

Arabella Woodrow MW, wine director at Broadland Wineries, said: “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.”




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