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English sparkling wine producer Hattingley Valley has changed its UK distributor to Enotria&Coe as it looks to accelerate growth.

Hattingley Valley was formed in 2008 by Simon Robinson

Hattingley Valley was formed in 2008 by Simon Robinson

The Hampshire-based company said today the new agreement replaces Liberty Wines, which had served Hattingley Valley since 2013. "We felt that Enotria&Coe has the capacity to be able to cope with our increasing volumes and ambitions," Hattingley Valley said.

Hattingley joins Enotria&Coe's portfolio alongside Henschke, Trimbach, Yealands, Fontanafredda, Ferrari & Planeta.

Hattingley Valley was founded in 2008 by Simon Robinson, who currently chairs industry body the English Wine Producers. It is one of the UK's largest vineyards and exports about 40% of its wine. 

Last month, an English wine producer said growing trends for lower-abv wine could offer the country's winemakers a "great advantage" over international rivals. Hush Heath Estate owner Richard Balfour-Lynn said English wine, which is generally around 10-13% abv, has an opportunity to capture new demand from an increasingly diverse consumer base.


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