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San-Francisco-based TSG Consumer Partners has agreed to acquire California wine company Duckhorn from GI Partners. 

The transaction includes all six of Duckhorn Wine Cos wineries

The transaction includes all six of Duckhorn Wine Co's wineries

The transaction includes all six Duckhorn Wine Co wineries: Duckhorn Vineyards, Goldeneye, Paraduxx, Migration, Decoy and Canvasback and their corresponding properties, along with about 600 acres of estate vineyards including Three Palms Vineyard in California's Napa Valley. Financial details were not disclosed. 

TSG will retain all employees and the company will continue to be lead by president & CEO Alex Ryan. 

"TSG recognises and values how unique we are in the North American wine industry and is committed to preserving the strong culture that defines us," said Ryan. "At the same time, we share an exciting vision for our company's future. By combining their consumer expertise and global reach with our luxury wine market proficiency and relentless focus on quality, we can ensure that our next 40 years will be as exceptional as our first four decades." 

Duckhorn was established in 1976 by Dan and Margaret Duckhorn. The pair will remain involved, the company said. 

In May last year, Duckhorn added Three Palms to its portfolio. 


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