AUSTRALIA: Southcorp sells Tulloch winery
Southcorp has announced it has sold its Tulloch winery and vineyard in the Hunter Valley to the Poole's Rock wine company. At the same time, Southcorp sold the Tulloch brandname and inventory to Ingelwood Wines. The companies did not disclose the sale prices. Southcorp stated that the Tulloch sale was a further step in its winery rationalisation programme launched in mid-2001. Production in the Hunter Valley will be consolidated at the company's larger Denman winery. Southcorp is also planning to sell off the Hungerford Hill brand and the Rouge Homme winery.
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