Napa’s Hundred Acre expands distribution in Malaysia
11th May ,2020

Hundred Acre winery has appointed Bordeaux Liquid Gold as its exclusive importer and agent in Malaysia.

Napa winery Hundred Acre is entering its 20th year, Throughout the lasts two decades, it has set foot in different markets around the world, and from this month, will be expanding to Malaysia thanks to a new partnership with Bordeaux Liquid Gold.

Bordeaux Liquid Gold is the official distributor of Petrus, Château Lafleur Pomerol, Billecart Salmon, among others, with the business primarily focused on the representation of some of the great châteaux of Bordeaux across Malaysia. It is one of the biggest Bordeaux en primeur buyers in South East Asia, with clients based in Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Malaysia.

Landon Patterson, vice president of sales and global allocations manager of Hundred Acre, said: “Southeast Asia is one of the most exciting wine and food scenes in the world and the buzz for wines from California has been building for many years.

“We have long heard from many of our Malaysian clients that they wanted the opportunity to drink Hundred Acre in the spectacular restaurants and hotels of their home country. We are excited that we can now make that a reality working with such a passionate and professional group like Bordeaux Liquid Gold.”

Julian Poh, chief executive officer of Bordeaux Liquid Gold, added: “It’s a tremendous honour and responsibility to represent Hundred Acre wines in Malaysia. To have a winery that has achieved 22 perfect 100 point scores epitomises our mission at Bordeaux Liquid Gold of bringing the very best wines in the world to our clients.”

According to the winery, exports to Malaysia will begin over the next few months.