Statement from Accolade Wines Chief Executive Officer Robert Foye

This is very positive news for our business and for the whole Australian wine industry.

While we do not anticipate a snapback to 2020 levels, we do see a sizeable opportunity for our business in China and we are excited about the long-term potential this market brings.

I was in China last week meeting with our key customers and distributors including at the Food & Drinks Fair in Chengdu and I can say there is genuine excitement about bringing Accolade’s portfolio of exceptional Australian wines back to the Chinese consumer.

We know that Australian wine has a well-deserved reputation for quality in China, and that includes a number of our leading brands such as Hardys and Grant Burge Wines, and we look forward to building on this now that the tariffs have been lifted.

For all media enquiries contact Adam Bell at Corporate.Communications@accoladewines, +61481 476 521.

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