Merger of Goedhuis & Co and Waddesdon Wine
Goedhuis & Co has merged with Waddesdon Wine. Both companies will initially continue to trade under their existing names while the two businesses are fully integrated, to ensure no disruption to clients or suppliers.
The new entity, Goedhuis Waddesdon Limited, is poised to become a formidable presence in the wine industry, uniting exceptional wine expertise, prestigious portfolios and first-class levels of service to create an unparalleled destination for wine collectors, retailers and hospitality businesses seeking to elevate their standards of wine excellence.
Goedhuis & Co is a distinguished, multi-award-winning fine wine merchant with over four decades of experience, celebrated for its expertise in all the great wine regions, with a particular focus on Burgundy and Bordeaux.
Waddesdon Wine represents wines from Domaines Barons de Rothschild Lafite and Edmond de Rothschild Heritage, exclusively within the UK. Waddesdon Wine also represents Hundred Acre and collaborates closely with esteemed wineries, including Henri Bourgeois and Penfolds.
Oaklins Cavendish, based in the UK, advised on the merger of Goedhuis & Co and Waddesdon Wine, a subsidiary of the Rothschild Foundation.
Chairman, Goedhuis Waddesdon Limited
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