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Anchorage Wines Announces Two New Distribution Channels

Anchorage Wines Announces Two New Distribution Channels

Anchorage Family Estate is delighted to announce the appointment of two new distribution channels through partnership with WX Brands; in endorsement of contracts with both Trader Joes in the U.S., and Majestic Wines in the U.K.

Majestic Wines PLC is the largest specialist wine retailer in the United Kingdom, and prides themselves on having experience, product availability, as well as superb customer service, all contributing to their success with customer loyalty and retention, and cement their reputation as one of the largest retail forerunners in the U.K.

Anchorage Wines Ltd has secured a deal with a top 20 U.S.A wine producer and importer, WX Brands Inc, to supply them their brands for sale to Trader Joes under brand name ‘Tuatea’, and Majestic Wines in the U.K. under brand name ‘Ragged Point’.

Chris Drummond says that; “This is exactly what the Nelson region needs, as it already commands a position within New Zealand as a top Tourism destination, as well as allows for further promotion of wine production for the region.” The Nelson/Tasman region is known for its’ sunshine hours and arable land for fruit and vegetable production, allowing for good grape growing and wine yield.

These contracts will allow Anchorage Family Estate to further establish their brand in an International Market, and ensconce the Nelson region as a competitive grape growing and wine production region.

For more information on Anchorage Family Estate, see www.anchoragewines.co.nz.


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