Sula Vineyards to now export to Australia

Simon Lambert, founder of Kismet Trading, said, “The company is excited to partner with India’s oldest and largest winery Sula Vineyards.”
  • Divya Pathak Senior Content Writer
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For all the wine lovers in Australia, there is a good news. The Nashik Based winery Sula Vineyards which holds 60% of the market share in India, has added Australia to its export list in partnership with Adelaide-based liquor wholesaler Kismet Trading. Very soon outlets will be retailed in Adelaide followed by Melbourne and Sydney. 

Australia being one of the highest consumer of wine, will now have a choice to taste the most famous Indian wine. Not just this, Kismet Trading, a new liquor wholesaling firm in South Australia specialising in sourcing, marketing and distributing beverage options, will target about 800 venues in the Australian market to list Sula in the menus as an international wine. This would be indeed a great achievement for us. 

Simon Lambert, founder of Kismet Trading, said, “The company is excited to partner with India’s oldest and largest winery Sula Vineyards.”

About Sula Vineyards

Over the years, Sula Vineyards with its taste and perfection has topped the list of every wine lover. Launched in 2000, Sula Vineyards has established itself as one of the best wineries across the globe. Last month the winery also became the first national wine brand to be listed with Tasmac or The Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation.

 

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