Xanadu beats global field

WA WINEMAKER Xanadu has beaten winemakers from more than twenty countries to win two gold metals at the Singapore International Wine Challenge.

Xanadu won gold for its 1998 Cabernet Sauvignon and 1999 Semillon Sauvignon.

The Semillon Sauvignon was awarded the trophy for the best Australian white wine at the show.

Xanadu managing director Andrew Moore said, following the winery’s success at the 1999 New York International Intervin Wine Awards, the latest awards enhanced Xanadu’s international status.

“This is a resounding endorsement of the breadth and depth of quality of Xanadu and further emphasises the versatility of the Margaret River region,” Mr Moore said. “It augurs well for our continued production growth and international marketing programs.

“Through our recently appointed UK agents, Private Liquor Brands, we have made rapid progress in marketing to the UK and Europe but the Singapore success will enhance our push into the Asia Pacific markets, an area we see as an important part of our production and marketing expansion.”

Xanadu has recently undergone a significant recapitalisation and is planting a further forty-five hectares to vines in Margaret River.

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