Tulloch Vineyards Partners with BC Wineries to Export Premium Wine to China and Applies for Listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange

Tulloch Resources Ltd. (the “Company” or “Tulloch”) announces that it has submitted its listing application to the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”).  In addition, Steve Paquin has been appointed as an Independent Director, bringing significant experience in corporate finance, regulatory reporting, and compliance.   The Company plans to change its business from inactive status to sales and marketing of wines in China and other parts of Asia, which will be considered a fundamental change in accordance with the policies of the CSE and will require approval of the Company’s shareholders.   The final list of the Company on the CSE will also be subject to exchange approval and meeting of all original listing requirements. 

China’s wine market has matured over the past decade so there are sufficient ultimate consumers who could respond when BC VQA wine is available and positioned properly, at upscale restaurants and hotels.  Targeted consumers are knowledgeable wine drinkers seeking to try something new, and those with a particular affinity to British Columbia. The business plan requires a close working relationship with wineries, distributors, and marketers, and being a public company provides transparency, liquidity, and the opportunity to participate financially.  Tulloch’s formal launch will be at the FHC/ProWine event in Shanghai in November 2015.   

BC’s wine sector has enjoyed tremendous success over the past 20 years, capturing global awards, generating billions in economic activity, and winning aficionados worldwide.   While the nature of the BC industry, characterized by small scale production and high costs of labour/land serve as drawbacks in the value categories, the terroir and expertise of BC’s winemakers results in wines that are truly world-class.  Several wineries have commenced export to China, but for most wineries the Chinese market is difficult to enter, and apart from ‘one-off’ sales to traders, requires more attention than they have the ability to provide.  Tulloch director Michael Chen has twenty years of experience building premium wine brands in China, including from previously under-represented regions, and has nurtured distribution channels that reach into the hotels and restaurants frequented by the targeted ultimate consumers.

Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange nor its regulation service provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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