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De Bortoli wines wins Asian success aspire award

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Announced last night at a ceremony in Sydney, the awards celebrate outstanding achievements made by Australia’s private and family businesses. The quality of the 2016 entrants were as high as ever, as businesses from all of Australia’s major vertical industries presented the solid business practices that successful companies portray.

Victor De Bortoli, Executive Director of De Bortoli Wines, who manages the business’s export arm, said the award recognised the company’s vision for producing premium wines that reflect their regionality.

“Our philosophy is that great wine begins in the vineyard and should taste of the region where the grapes that made it are grown,” said Mr De Bortoli.

“This is especially prevalent given the increasing global demand for more elegant style wines, such as those from the cool climate Yarra Valley where we have an estate. This demand has seen the Yarra Valley listed for the first time this year in Wine Australia’s ‘Top 15 GI Regions’ – the only Victorian region to make the list and number two for average value per litre. We have seen this growth first hand with exports of our Yarra Valley wines growing by 94% in the last year.”

As Australia’s seventh largest wine exporter, De Bortoli Wines has experienced an increase in demand for its premium quality wines worldwide, most notably in Asia, where exports have grown 42% since 2014. With demand so high, the business has seen for the first time the entire stock of De Bortoli’s most premium Pinot Noir and Chardonnay — the new Riorret Lusatia Park Pinot Noir 2015 and Yarra Valley Section A5 Single Vineyard Chardonnay 2015 — allocated for sale prior to being released to the market.

Established in 1928, De Bortoli Wines is one of Australia’s largest family-owned wineries, exporting to more than 75 countries including China, Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Scandinavia; with emerging markets in Russia and the Middle East. 

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