Bruce Tyrrell’s family has been planting vines in the Hunter Valley since 1879, taking advantage of the region’s humid summer climate and high cloud cover to produce the kind of gloriously rich wine that is celebrated from New York to Tokyo and today increasingly Beijing.
Wine drinkers for whom a glass of French rosé is inextricably linked with summertime fun could be left thirsty this summer as stocks of the popular tipple run low, some French media outlets have claimed. But is the rosé tap really going to run dry?
China’s wine imports soared in both volume and value in the first quarter of the year, with Australia closing in on France as the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement took even greater effect following another tariff cut at the beginning of this year.
Splash, an American direct-to-consumer online wine retailer, is hoping to make waves in the UK via London-based crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.
As reported by ProactiveInvestors.co.uk, the family-run company, which has over 60,000 customers in the US, is seeking to raise £1.5 million in equity through Crowdcube to fund its expansion into the UK.