AUSTRALIA: Hardy Wine invests in winery upgrade
A South Australian winery belonging to Hardy Wine Company will undergo a redevelopment. Hardy will spend A$17m (US$11.8m) on redeveloping Tintara Winery at McLaren Vale. The programme will take six years to complete.
Described by Hardy Wine Company's managing director, David Woods, as one of the most significant redevelopment projects the company has undertaken, the programme will include increasing the winery's capacity to handle small parcels of premium fruit by doubling the number of open fermenters and basket presses, upgrading and expanding grape receival facilities, and establishing an extensive historical display.
The Tintara winery was established in 1861 and is home to the Chateau Reynella and Tintara brands.
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