Barossa winery makes deal to send two million bottles of wine to China
A Barossa Valley winery will soon be sending one point five million litres of wine to China in a deal struck with a private company. Seppeltsfield winery will send two million bottles of wine to company Nanshan, China’s largest private winemaker. Managing Director, Warren Randall, said Australian wineries must tailor their product to the Chinese market. He said Chinese wine consumption is set to rise by one billion litres in the next five years and much of the growth will be imported.