Premier Red Fine Wines Ltd
Premier Red Fine Wines Ltd (PRFW) carry an extensive range of fine wines from across the globe. Focusing on small production, high quality wineries. PRFW trade with retailers, independent merchants, restaurants, hotels, as well as consumers, giving our clients the opportunity to purchase some of the hardest to find ‘best kept secrets’ from the New & Old Worlds most exciting wine producing regions. With offices in London, China and Hong Kong our team of experts utilise our broad inventory to source the correct product to suit your specific requirement.
In addition to supplying merchants, some of the nation’s most exclusive boutique hotels and restaurants we also offer our clients the opportunity to join our mailing list and sample some of these amazing wines delivered to your door.
Our portfolio not only offers current vintages but also a large selection of aged wines that are reaching their optimum drinking window.
With access to one of the largest portfolios of fine wines anywhere in Europe, focusing on regions such as, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Tuscany, Barossa Valley & McLaren Vale. Ranging from Bordeaux 1er Cru to New world superstars such as Australia’s Clarendon Hills Astralis & Penfolds Grange, we feel that we have wines for all tastes and occasions.
With the vast array of wines available on the market today, it is important that you have some guidelines on how to make your wine selection suit your taste and needs. We continually taste and evaluate wines in order to ensure our stock selection is something we are very proud of, offering wines of distinction and especially those wines that offer outstanding value.
We offer advice and recommendations to suit individual budgets and requirements. Please contact one of the team.
Red (and white) China
“With a population of 1.3 billion, and an economy which is predicted to soon overtake America’s, China is a nation worth cultivating and Australian winemakers are giving it their best shot with a range of different charm offensives. The growing Chinese market is part of a wider Asian interest in Australian wine, reflected in thousands of visitors to SA wineries each year.”
The Advertiser (August 2013)
Judgement Day for Australian Wines
“So, after all this hard work of battering my teeth with acidity, alcohol and tannins, I proudly announce to you the top five Aussie wines you must try in 2013…”
“3. 2010 Fox Creek Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, McLaren Vale South Australia”
Time Out Hong Kong (March 2013)
Australia’s bid for fine wine dominance
“Bordeaux and Burgundy will always be at the heart of fine wine but the impact Penfolds is having shows us the appetite is there among investors and collectors for New World fine wine.”
Off licence news (April 2014)