Sula brings ‘Hardys Stamp of Australia’ Wines to India
~ Australia’s most popular wines now available in Goa ~
GOA, May 2003: Sula Vineyards, India’s fastest growing premium wine company is the sole
importer and distributor of BRL HARDY’s ‘HARDYS STAMP OF AUSTRALIA’ range of wines in
India. BRL Hardy of Australia recently became the world’s largest wine company after merging
with a US wine company. ‘HARDYS STAMP OF AUSTRALIA’ is now available in Goa in addition
to Sula’s existing portfolio of red, white and sparkling wines.
The three Stamp wines launched in Goa include two whites (a Riesling Gewurztraminer and a
Chardonnay Semillon) and one red (a Cabernet Merlot). Wine lovers in Goa already enjoy Sula’s
premium whites Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc, Sula’s Blush Zinfandel and the easy
drinking, table wines Madera Red and Madera White. Sula also imports and bottles a Chilean
red, Sula Satori. Sula’s limited edition Cabernet Shiraz 2002 took Goa by storm and Goa’s wine
connoisseurs are now eagerly awaiting the 2003 vintage.
Announcing the tie up with the world’s largest wine company, Mr. Rajeev Samant, MD, Sula
Vineyards said, “Along with our own Sula range, we plan to offer good, solid wines from the
world’s top producers at affordable prices. We are proud to be associated with Hardys, one of the
world’s great wine companies, to bring our first imported bottled-in-origin offerings to our
discerning customers, at a great price.”
Hardys Stamp of Australia offers one of Australia’s most popular, easy to drink range of wines.
Stamp Of Australia continues the tradition of fine winemaking that Hardys have become
recognised for throughout the world, by offering great wine at an affordable price. The Stamp
range is identified by the original Australian postage stamp, dating back to 1937, which is featured
on all Stamp of Australia wines.
Sula Vineyards is the sole Indian importer of BRL Hardy wines, who are based in Adelaide and
crush over 300,000 tons of grapes each year. BRL Hardy won the prestigious “Australian