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Matthew Clark Builds List

Matthew Clark is showcasing 150 new wines in its 2010 wine list.

The company, which won the Wine List 2009/10 of the Year award at the International Wine Challenge, hopes its 2010/11 list will prove to be even more of a success.

The latest list — which includes 1,180 wines from across the globe — has a range of new additions, but with a particular focus on Chile and Italy; two countries that showed the most sales growth in the UK on-trade last year, according to Matthew Clark.

“Chilean wines are ex-tremely versatile and offer great value for money,” said commercial director Ian Smith. “We are delighted to introduce Luis Felipe Edwards, Concha y Toro, Maycas del Limari and Cono Sur; comprehensive wine ranges which are exclusively available to the on-trade through Matthew Clark.

“The new entry-level Lor Romeros range offers four quality varietals at a great price, while the other wineries all offer a wealth of exciting aromatic grape varietals from cool climate regions.”

The company is also introducing a leading Italian producer on to its list this year, with wines that have “great ageing potential” and also a winery that offers 100% Sangiovese wines.

New additions from France include the Rare Vineyards range from LGI, which includes regional varietals such as a Malbec and Pinot Noir by Alain Grignon.

“This year’s list was designed to reflect our 200-year heritage,” said Smith. “We also scooped the Wine Educator of the year award at the International Wine Challenge.

“So we added a ‘knowledge’ section to this year’s list, which is full of help and advice,” she added.

For the on-trade, the company recommends pubs contact their account managers to seek help in navigating the 1,180 wines in the list in order to find the right selections for their venue.

Tuesday, April 25, 12:46 am

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